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Garden Tilling

Garden tilling can be a useful practice whether you are starting out with bare soil, or if you are killing off old grass to plant something new. It gives you the opportunity to work fertilizers into the soil that will help you produce a healthier garden. 

The optimal time for tilling is at the beginning of spring or the end of the growing season. Autumn or fall tiling provides the chance to supplement the soil with organic material that decomposes slowly over the winter. This is a near perfect way of feeding your plants for the next growing season.
Being a deep form of cultivation, tilling can allow you to add large amounts of organic material to your soil. The process can help remove weeds and undesirable roots from your soil as well.

New Garden

By utilizing all the services we offer, we can help your prepare an entirely new garden. Whether you are building one completely from scratch, or killing off old unwanted plants to create new ones, we can help.

Sod Preparation

It is important to clear the site of all weeds, rocks, or other debris larger than 3 inches in diameter, and rototill the soil to loosen it up.

By the end of this process, the ground will be leveled, and the topsoil added. Based on the soil sample, you can choose the proper fertilizer to maximize your soil's nutrients. After the ground is fully prepped, the final grading process finished, and hydroseeded, the last step is to keep your new lawn watered.

Lawn Aeration

Lawn Aeration is the process of removing many small plugs of soil from the ground. This is important because over time: sun, rain, watering and normal use will compact the soil. This will make it more difficult for the roots to grow and have access to the water, oxygen and nutrients they need to grow and thrive. This leads to struggling lawns that may have brown patches, water puddling on the lawn and poor growth.

In my experience there is not one magic thing you can do to have a green beautiful lawn. But aeration is one of the more important things you can do along with fertilizing, proper watering and proper mower.

Power Raking

Thatch is a layer of living and dead grass shoots, stems and roots that forms between the grass blades and the soil. Some thatch is beneficial because it provides insulation from temperature extremes and keeps moisture in the soil. However, when that layer of thatch becomes too thick, (more than ½”) it can increase pest and disease problems and prevent oxygen, moisture and other nutrients from reaching the roots.

Too much thatch will prevent enough water and air getting to the roots. This being the case, lawns typically need to be power raked every 2 - 5 years. Mulching the grass clippings when mowing the lawn will cause thatch to build up quicker which prevents optimum growth for your grass. Your grass needs to be maintained so that it is receiving enough water and air to its roots.

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