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Aeration For Healthy Lawn

For years, golf courses have known that the secret to a beautiful, dense turf is to aerate their courses 2 or 3 times each year.
What is Core Aeration? Core Aeration is the process of making thousands of small holes in the turf. These holes allow fertilizer, water and air to reach the root zone quicker, resulting in new growth and increased root development
These holes also open up the soil and help reduce thatch build up and soil compaction, allowing your lawn to breath and grow.

To learn more about Core Aeration call (877)-670-LAWN or email us.

Grubworm Application

Grub worms are whitish, c-shaped worms that burrow into your soil. They are at the larval stage of several species of beetles. They cause damage to your lawn by feeding on your lawns root system at certain times in the season. Late summer to early fall, when grub worm populations are at their highest is the best time to control them with a special insecticide. Evidence that your lawn has a grub worm infestation is wilted, brown turf that is often dead. Turf that can be easily rolled back is also a sure sign of high grub worm population levels.You don’t need to look too deep into the soil to find these offending grubs. Call Blue Grass Lawns today to discuss your lawns grub worm population. One of our representatives will come out for a free consultation soon.

Protect Your Trees & Shrubs

Proper fertilization helps plants develop strong root systems and aids older plants in overcoming disease, insects, heat, and drought stress. Proper feedings are essential for the long term health and beauty of your trees, shrubs, and plants. Deep root feeding is especially important in cities where there are very few sources of nutrients.
Deep root fertilizing is a process where a large spike is driven into the plants root system and fertilizer is pumped into the soil. Using Green our master deep root feeding process ensures a greater spread of nutrients throughout the root system. Our mixes are made to break down slowly and are immediately absorbable. This process also ensures your plants will be continuously fed throughout the year.

Mowing Tips.

Improper mowing can create severe lawn problems. The most common mistakes are mowing too short or not mowing often enough. These errors create a weaker plant and root system.
Mow High & How Often
Never mow shorter than 2 1/2 to 3 inches in height. Never remove more than 1/3 of the grass blade at a time. This means scheduling your mowing based on the lawns growth rate.
Keep Mower Blades Sharp
You should sharpen your mower blade often. Dull blades shred the grass tips, creating opening for disease organisms to enter. Watch for shredded, whit grass tips as a sign of dull blades.
Recycle Clippings
Clippings should not be removed but returned to the lawn to recycle nutrients. Clippings do not contribute to thatch buildup, as many people believe. However, clippings should be removed if they are excessive in length and are smothering the lawn.


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Blue Grass Lawns, Belding Michigan
Bluegrass Lawns,
6848 Whites Bridge Road
Belding, MI 48809-9241
(616) 794-2000 email us.