2014 Best Lawn Care Tips Summary

How to Lay Lawn Turf: A Step-by-Step Guide

Lawn Turf PhotoEveryone dreams of having a beautiful looking lawn, and laying your own lawn is actually a lot simpler than it may seem. It’s all about getting the preparation right and choosing the right time of year. This easy step by step guide will give you all the information you need to have an instant lawn, ready to use. Read more »

Lawn Care Fertilization Is Good For Water Quality

Lawn Care FertilizationLast year the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Chesapeake Bay Program pulled together a panel of experts to look at lawns, lawn care and the impact lawns have on water quality in the Chesapeake Bay. The conclusion was that a “dense vegetative cover of turf grass” on a lawn reduces pollution and runoff.  A thin… Read more »

Lawn Care Weed Control Tips – Tall Fescue

Weed Control Kentucky bluegrass and Perennial RyegrassTall fescue is an unattractive and difficult weed to control in bluegrass and perennial ryegrass lawns. Tall fescue is a wide-bladed clump grass commonly used in pastures. In a lawn, the textual difference of fescue from bluegrass is obvious because of its clumps. This unsightly difference in uniformity ruins the appearance of the lawn, causing… Read more »

Lawn Core Aeration The Secret to a Beautiful Lawn

Lawn Core Aeration TimelineAll professional turf grass managers including lawn care specialist, golf course superintendents, and sports turf managers agree that core aeration is an essential part of any lawn maintenance services. Lawn Core Aeration is the process of removing thousands of soil plugs about the size of your thumb throughout the lawn. The more plugs removed the… Read more »

Lawn Care Tips – White Grub Insect Control

Lawn Care Tips - White Grub Insect ControlLawns in Iowa are often subject to severe damage from White Grubs (the larva stage of the Northern Masked chafer). So we at All American Turf Beauty will show you how to control damages from white grubs to keep your lawn pest free. The adult Beetle is active at night laying its eggs in Iowa lawns early… Read more »

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