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Rain it the best thing that can happen to your lawn after an application for fertilization and insect control. A hard rain, one or two hours after an application, may affect broadleaf control. If this occurs, wait two weeks and check the weed control. Then, if results are unsatisfactory, call our office for inspection and proper action.

Useful tips

Proper Mowing

Mowing is the most misunderstood part of lawn care, and the most often incorrectly performed operation.

Here are some moving tips:

  • Mow frequently
  • Keep your blade sharp
  • Remove no more than 1/4 to 1/3 of the plant each moving
  • Do not mow during a drought period
  • Do not mow at least one day after an application


Once you have achieved the perfect lawn, it just doesn't make sense to let it go back to being a pasture from lack of watering or other maintenance that needs to be done. Spend a little time and money and keep it watered and you will keep the lush grass.

Watering in the morning thoroughly twice a week is considered the best program.

If natural rainfall doesn’t occur within two days after an application, a light watering is recommended.


01. How much do I need to water my lawn?

Your lawn needs about one inch of water per week, either through rain, irrigation, or a combination of the two.

02. Can I mow the same day my lawn is treated?

Please do not mow your lawn for at least 24 hours after the lawn treatment.

03. How does aeration help my lawn?

Aeration cultivates the soil just as you might cultivate the soil in your garden—it opens holes in the soil for the penetration of water, air and plant nutrients. Since grass roots need air, core aeration helps them grow much better after the treatment occurs. Aeration also relieves soil compaction, helps manage thatch and stimulates root growth.