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Organic Lawn Fertilizer

Bat guano, liquid kelp, homemade compost, and chicken manure – what do these four things have in common? If you don’t already know, this guide to organic lawn fertilizer should help you learn.    All of the ingredients listed above are things that are prized by organic gardeners the world over. There are all types….

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Watering New Sod

Watering new sod is an essential step in the process of establishing your lawn. There are a few things you should know before getting started. This article will walk you through each stage to ensure that your new sod has the best start possible! Watering Advice and Basic Guidelines for the First Two Weeks after….

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Sod Delivery

You placed your order for new sod, and now all you need to do is wait for it to be delivered. With SodLawn, you won’t have to wait for long to boast a beautiful landscape, as we aim to deliver all orders on time and in a professional manner. We believe in providing delivery services….

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New Sod Care

How you take care of your new sod will depend on when you installed it. Taking care of your sod during warmer months is just below. If you’re laying new sod during colder months, skip to Caring For Your New Sod Lawn During Cold Months. Caring For Your New Sod Lawn During Warm Months The….

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What is Water Star Rated Seed?

Water Star is a trademark of Pennington Seed given to qualified seed that has been tested by the Turfgrass Water Conservation Alliance (TWCA) and proven to use significantly less water. This independent and external testing by the TWCA offers results that are objectively based on computer analysis, which includes the analysis of digital images, density….

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Watering Grass in Winter

Winter watering can be tricky since a specific “recipe” for how and when to water your lawn does not exist. Watering depends on many factors, including: Soil type Grass species Temperature Cool Season Lawns Cool season lawns, such as ryegrasses or fescues, prefer cooler temperatures and do well during mild winters, but still require consistent….

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