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  • December 4, 2018

    Winter Lawn Care Guide A beginners guide to Gainesville, Texas winter lawn care where rain and freezing temperatures can affect the lawn and will require the grass to be replaced if too much damage occurs. Winters here may not be as long or severe as they are up north of here. But it can get […]

  • November 30, 2018

    Three thing you need to know when hiring a Lawn Service Company in the Gainesville, Texas area. Tip #1 Insurance: You should request to see their proof of insurance from any potential lawn company. Many solo guys, and even bona-fide companies, advertise they are licensed and insured. Unfortunately this not always the case. Remember always […]

  • November 26, 2018

    #1 Mowing Extra low on first cut:, Once the weather warms up a bit, and you see the grass starting in the Gainesville, Texas area. now is the time to make your first cut of the lawn this year. If you have bermuda grass go ahead and cut the grass lower than at any other […]

  • October 14, 2018

    It all begins with four applications of Molorganite. We suggest that you apply the first application on Easter weekend. Then make your second application on Memorial Day weekend. Make the third application on the Fourth of July weekend. And finally make your fourth application Labor day weekend. We also follow that first application with a […]

  • September 12, 2018

    A good compost pile has four ingredients and they are greens, browns, air, and water. With this information you can start a good compost pile. I will give you a example of each one of thee items. Lets get started with a layer of greens examples of them are grass clippings, coffee grounds, tea bags, […]

  • September 8, 2018

    You will need four pallets. eight L shaped clamps, and a box of screws, and a small bundle of wire that has perforated areas in it. Take a pallet and place a L shaped bracket on top of it laying flat on each of the corners, this will cause the next board to fit at […]

  • August 27, 2018

    The most important thing we have learned so for is mowing our grass high to effect our weed control. By cutting the grass taller, this will force the grass to grow thicker as well reducing the amount of space the weed has to germinate and grow into a plant. The second most important thing we […]

  • July 23, 2018

    Top dressing your lawn is a very important step in keeping your lawn fertile during the year. The first step is finding a good top dressing which we recommend That you make at home to lower cost, You will need a wheel barrow. shovel, and a rake to do this job. First you will need […]

  • July 9, 2018

    The number one most important thing in growing Bermuda grass is to cut it short. This causes Bermuda to grow in a side to side pattern, which causes it to spread and become very thick. I recommend cutting it at 2 or 2.5 inches in length. The next most important thing qhen growing bermuda which […]

  • June 27, 2018

    We Will not use chemicals unless the problem is becoming a threat to our crop. In this case out crop we are raising is our lawn. If your lawn is healthy and is getting plenty of sunshine but continues to not get thick you may have a grub worm problem. I am going to cover […]