FROM THE EXPERT

Fertilizer Tip

Each bag of fertilizer will have a Nitrogen-Phosphorous-Potassium analysis in a number value to designate how much of each ingredient by % of weight is in that bag. (ex. 21-0-4)

Ground Ivy

Ground ivy is a perennial weed with long, creeping red stems that root and form dense prostrate patches. Ground ivy is a common weed in turfgrass and is most commonly

Fertilizer Tip

Most fertilizers contain the macro-nutrients; Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium. These nutrients are required in larger amounts for the turf to maintain a healthy state.

Clover

There are several different types of clover in the northeast and they are perennial with creeping, low-growing stems. Clover can take over a lawn if left uncontrolled.

Drought Injury

Turfgrass Species vary greatly in their ability to withstand drought conditions. Symptoms of drought stress begin with the turfgrass presenting a bluish color,

Fertilizer Tip

Potassium is the second larges nutrient required for a lawn behind nitrogen. It is involved in rooting, turf grass hardiness, and diseases resistance.


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