Tips for Homeowners

Winter Lawn Care

The most common lawn type is Fescue turf grass which stays green year-round in most California climates. Fescue growth slows down in the winter, decreasing the need for mowing to once every two or three weeks instead of every week.

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7 Reasons to Plant a Lawn

With low rainfall numbers over the past few years in California bringing about drought conditions, many homeowners are considering removing their lawns in favor of what they perceive to be a more water wise xeriscape. However, several research studies have been conducted recently that have helped us realize…

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Autumn Lawn Care

Fall is a great time to think about preparing your lawn for the spring – before the weather turns too cold. Most people assume that with the cooler temperatures approaching, lawn care can take a back seat to other things happening in the yard. This isn’t exactly true....

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Finding the Best Seed

Our team of Managers and Sales Reps recently made a trip to the Willamette Valley in Oregon to learn more about the process it takes to bring sod quality turf seed to plant in our fields. Larry LeMay, our District Manager and seed buyer, makes this same trip every...

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Spring Lawn Care

Spring is a time of new beginnings and a reminder to look on the positive, thankful side of life whenever possible. Most California lawns look great this spring with all the rain we got over the winter. Here are some tips to take care of your lawn this season.

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Winter Turf Update

The picture below of Interstate 80 in the Lake Tahoe area shows we have some good snowpack in the mountains! In spite of record January snowfall, it is apparent some water restrictions will continue. So Landscapers, Architects and Maintenance staff should look at...

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Caring for Your Lawn in the Winter

With colder weather of winter, the care of turfgrass change dramatically from the hot summer months. Here are a few highlights for those living in the majority of California

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Do Native Grasses Save Water?

Some California turf and seed growers have promoted water-saving Native Grasses during the recent drought. While these varieties have a “native” look when not mowed, a recent UC Riverside study casts serious doubt on the water savings claim for these varieties.

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Getting Rid of Unwanted Bermuda Grass

Bermuda grass is water conservative and a great surface for sports fields, golf courses, parks and high traffic yards. However, some people prefer the year-round green of Fescue turfgrass.

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