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Aeration is the process of mechanically "plugging" your lawn, to alleviate soil compaction, allow for greater air exchange in your soil, and to better help water, fertilizer, and your roots to expand in the soil. Once aerated, the plugs are left in the lawn, and act as a natural topdressing, and have the added benefit of enhancing thatch decomposition.
The spreading of Bark, or Mulch can be a great benefit to your beds. In addition to providing a fresh look, it has the added benefits of helping maintain a healthy soil temperature, prevent water loss due to evaporation, and acts as a slow-release nitrogen based fertilizer.
Dethatching is the process of removing harmful "thatch" from your lawn by mechanically pulling out the dead grass. While a certain amount is normal, and healthy in any lawn, if it becomes too thick it can prevent normal root growth, cause an excess of water retention, and harbor destructive organisms, fungi, and insects.
Lime can be a great addition to help maintain a healthy looking lawn, by providing the often needed, and certainly over looked calcium, and magnesium minerals. Lime can help restore the pH level of your lawn, allowing necessary fertilizers to last longer, and promote greener, healthier looking grass.
Fertilizing is a helpful, and often necessary way to maintain a healthy pH level in your soil, and ensure that your grass has the proper chemicals, and minerals to promote a green and vibrant looking lawn. We recommend fertilizing three times a year with the proper Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium supplements depending on the season, and your type of grass.
No matter how much time and care you put into your lawn, it is vital to make sure you know what your soil needs. By Soil Testing we can find an accurate pH level, and mineral content in your lawn. This takes the guess work out of fertilizing, and helps us formulate a plan to get your grass healthy throughout your yard.
Trimming and pruning is necessary to maintain the natural growth, and health of any tree. By thinning diseased branches, and branches that rub together, we can help promote the health of the tree for years to come. We also shape the tree to add to the great aesthetic that they provide for your yard.
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