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John Buechner - August 18, 2014

You may remember pH levels from high school chemistry class. What it means is that an aqueous solution may be alkaline or acidic. Generally speaking, a number below 6 or 7 is considered to be acidic, and a number higher is considered to be alkaline. For example, lemon juice, which is considered to be very acidic, has a pH level of 2.2. You m...

Kerry Tai - August 14, 2014

It is summertime, which means outdoor time, and time enjoying your lawn. Spending time having a cookout, watching your kids play on the grass, or just enjoying the sun is a big part of summer. Unfortunately, summertime also means that lawns can get too overheated, and the green grass may look not so green. You may even have portions of your lawn...

Kerry Tai - August 11, 2014

Summer is quickly coming to an end and your lawn will need attention from the hot summer heat. One the best method to improve your lawn’s health for the start of the fall season is Fall Power Seeding. The Best Time for Power Seeding The ideal time to start power seeding your lawn is the fall season. In order for germination and tur...

Kerry Tai - August 1, 2014

If you have spent any time at the grocery store lately, you know that organic foods – that is, food that is made without chemical pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, genetically modified organisms, antibiotics or growth hormones. The basic idea is that the organic foods – whether strawberries or chickens or broccoli or beef – ar...

Kerry Tai - July 25, 2014

Hot summer temperatures can dehydrate your lawn causing your lawn to appear unhealthy. Proper lawn watering procedures are needed to maintain color, resilience, and root development. To achieve a healthy lawn, water your lawn regularly to help develop moisture and nutrients in the roots. Proper Lawn Watering Procedures For healthy growth...

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