Set your mower as high as feasible. Mowing at 3.5” or higher is the best way to maintain a healthy lawn. On a concrete surface, measure from the concrete to the actual blade tip (not the housing). Or simply use the highest setting for most mowers. You cannot mow too often. You should mow often…Read more
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Husker Lawn and Leisure Show. The Husker Lawn and Leisure Show is filled with incredible landscape displays, unmatched variety of exhibits and friendly atmosphere! We will be showcasing some of our products and services including our safe and natural Organic Fertilizer Program. If you have any questions or would just like to see some of…Read more
When leaves turn into litter By Thomas A. Nikolai, Michigan State University Autumn. It's a word that conjures up vivid images of brilliant colored hillsides and city streets due to the maturing of deciduous tree growth. However, the brilliance quickly declines, giving autumn the appropriate nickname of “fall.” There was a time in most of…Read more
Annual Lawn Aeration Homeowners often overlook problems associated with soil compaction. Insects, diseases, improper watering and a lack of fertilizer are often blamed for a lawns decline when the real culprit is compaction. The problem starts when the top 4 inches of the soil become compressed, impeding the movement of air, water and nutrients to…Read more
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