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Includes edging of all landscapes, pertinent trimming as well as blowing of all decks, patios, and hardscapes. Mowing is one of the most important practices of lawn management. There are three main factors to consider: mowing height, mower blade sharpness, and mowing frequency and direction.
- GENERAL CLEAN UP
- IRRIGATION INSTALLATION AND REPAIR
Q: What are the pros of automatic irrigation systems? Aren't they wasteful?
A: Automatic irrigation systems are convenient, especially for those who travel. If installed and programmed properly, automatic irrigation systems can even save you money and help in water conservation. Dead lawn grass and plants need to be replaced, and that can be expensive. But the savings from automatic irrigation systems can go beyond that.
Watering with a hose or with an oscillator wastes water. Neither method targets plant roots with any significant degree of precision. Automatic irrigation systems can be programmed to discharge more precise amounts of water in a targeted area, which promotes water conservation.
Spring and Fall mulch/cleanups are offered.
Fertilizers can be applied 8 to 10 weeks in the growing season. Grass should be fertilized with nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Fertilizers can burn if applied improperly. You must show caution not to overlap paths. Make sure to not spill extra fertilizer on the lawn when making turns. There are a lot of new fertilizers for all kinds of lawn problems; we even carry a line of organic lawn fertilizers. Talk to your Yard Smart professional to help you decide which fertilizer is best for your lawn. NOTE: You will see a big difference in the spring if you apply winterizer to your lawn in the early spring.
Shrubs, Bushes, and small Trees.
- PEST/DISEASE MANAGEMENT We’ve got you covered. We can apply weed-controlling mulches, attract insect allies to your garden, and several other tips and techniques that can give you a leg up in the ongoing battle with pests and diseases.
What makes a plant a weed? They are usually the unwanted, often ugly and invasive plants found in lawns and gardens that grab soil nutrients, look messy, spread quickly and pop up everywhere---even in driveway cracks. And they often come back, so effective weed control can be an ongoing battle, but applying weed killers, pulling by hand, hoeing or using preventive measures can offer lots of help in the fight.