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Why Isn’t My Grass Growing? Common Causes and Solutions

There are a host of different reasons why your grass may not be growing. The most common reasons for slow or non-existent grass growth are grass dormancy, improper watering, a lack of sunlight, an incorrect soil pH, or a lack of nutrients in the soil. Other reasons that could impede grass growth include soil compaction,…

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Why Does Dog Pee Kill Grass? (& How to Fix Grass Where Dogs Pee)

Like humans, dogs urinate as a way to expel waste nutrients they consume from their diet. Being creatures of habit, dogs also tend to pick the same spots for their daily potty breaks. If your pup (or someone else’s pup) repeatedly urinates on your lawn, it won’t be long before you start to see the…

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Grass | Watering Guides

Does Watering Grass in the Sun Burn it?

One of the most common gardening myths is the idea that watering grass in the sun can burn the grass blades. Many homeowners are under the impression that water droplets on grass can refract light, increasing the sun’s intensity to the point where it burns the grass blades. Although the science behind this concept seems…

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Grass | Watering Guides

Can You Overwater Grass Seed: What To Watch Out For

Watering grass seed is one of the most important elements of success when trying to grow a new lawn. For healthy germination, the planting area must be kept moist at all times throughout the first few weeks following seeding. In an effort to keep your seed well-watered at all times, it’s easy to get carried…

Eliminating Wild Violets in Your Lawn: A Comprehensive Guide
Grass | Weeds

Eliminating Wild Violets in Your Lawn: A Comprehensive Guide

Wild violets are one of the many weeds with purple flowers that you may come across in your lawn or garden beds. These plants are non-toxic to humans and pets, and attractive to beneficial insects and pollinators. However, wild violets are often considered a lawn weed due to their invasive and aggressive growth habit. There…

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Spring Lawn Makeover: How to Overseed for a Thicker, Healthier Lawn

Spring is one of the best times to overseed a lawn. For warm-season grasses, overseeding in spring is ideal, while spring is the next best time to overseed warm-season grasses, secondarily only to fall. By overseeding in spring, you can revive a tired or patchy lawn early in the growing season. To overseed your lawn…

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