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Prepare for Spring with Cleanup and Turf Readiness Tips

By Chad DePauw on January 18, 2018 in Blog

Each spring contractors prepare for the warmer landscaping season and the bustle of new business. To help you jump into your busy season, here are a few tips for prepping

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The What, Why and How of Dormant Seeding

By Jennifer Klemmetson on December 14, 2017 in Blog

Dormant seeding is applying seed during the winter to prepare it to start growing next spring.

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Never Underestimate the Importance of Late Fall Fertilization

By Phil Brown on December 12, 2017 in Blog

Fall fertilization involves the application of much of the season’s nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium as late as December.

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How to Prevent Frost Tracking from Killing Your Grass

By Adreana Young on November 21, 2017 in Blog

Find out what frost tracking is and how to prevent it from damaging your turf.

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How to Reduce Spring Dead Spot Damage on Bermudagrass

By Kayli Hanley on November 13, 2017 in In The News

Ewing’s Content Marketing Specialist, Jennifer Klemmetson, writes about ways to reduce dead spot damage on Bermudagrass.

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How to Reduce Spring Dead Spot Damage on Bermudagrass

By Jennifer Klemmetson on October 27, 2017 in Blog

Look for these symptoms in the fall as some turf disease emerge entering or leaving dormancy.

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Give Roots a Head Start for Spring

By Jennifer Klemmetson on October 2, 2017 in Blog

Fall fertilization can help strengthen roots, recover from summer stresses and better resist disease or drought.

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Is It Too Late for Grub Control?

By Jennifer Klemmetson on September 22, 2017 in Blog

This time of year, grub control switches to a curative control approach.

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How to Have Successful Germination This Seed Season

By Veronica Biczo on September 15, 2017 in Blog

There’s just one last important step to watch for: proper moisture management.

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