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Different Types of Grass for Lawns: How To Choose Your Grass Seed

Before deciding which seed is right for your lawn, you should think about the amount of sunlight your lawn receives, how much foot traffic the grass will get, and how much space will need to be covered. Like all plants, grass seed is particular about the amount of sunlight it receives. Some varieties prefer full sun, while others enjoy partial shade. Want a picture perfect lawn that looks like it belongs on the cover of a magazine? No matter what level of wear and tear your lawn gets, the right seed selection for your lawn is available. 

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How To Water New Grass Seed

Have you planted grass seed a few times with little success or maybe you just want to know how to water new grass seed? We all know grass seed needs water to germinate, grow, and establish, but watering new grass seed can be hard when you don’t have the right nozzle or water pressure. So let’s talk about watering new grass seed and get you set up for success!
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How To Aerate and Overseed Your Lawn

If you want a lush, green healthy lawn next spring the time to aerate and overseed is right now. With the right equipment and supplies plus a little instruction from your friends and Planting Tree you can aerate and overseed...

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Grass Seed for Sale | Know Before You Buy

The Best Grass Seed for Sale Professionals use Lesco because it is the best brand of seed for performance and quality. With the highest germination rates in the industry, Lesco is the brand we choose for ourselves and our customers....

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How to Plant Grass Seed

When to Plant Grass Seed Fall is best for planting cool-season grasses like perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, and Kentucky bluegrass. Daytime temperatures should be averaging between 60 and 85 degrees which translates to soil temperatures between 50 to 75 degrees....

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How To Aerate Lawn

n this article we highlight the why, when and how of aerating your lawn. Whether hiring a professional or deciding to do it yourself, this guide will educate and help you understand the entire process from beginning to end.
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Pre Emergent Weed Control

Timing is everything, especially when it comes to the application of pre-emergent weed control herbicides like LESCO's Dimension to control summer annual weeds.  

Rule of thumb is to get the application down before the soil temperatures are 50-55 degrees for five or more consecutive days.

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