Watering your trees and lawn
Tree roots spread out up to 4 times wider than the height of the tree. Water should be applied within the drip line/critical root zone once a month for large trees or once a week for newer smaller trees depending on the amount of moister we have received. Water deeply and slowly to ensure properly moistened soil to keep those roots satisfied.
Its been a hot summer which can cause your beautiful green lawn to turn brown. Insects feeding, drought stress, soil compaction, diseases, or other factors can combine with heat to damage grass which can make the lawn more susceptible to be attacked by pathogens.
Lawn aeration is recommended to alleviate soil compaction, and allow nutrients, water, and air to your lawn's roots. This will also help break down the thatch build up in your turf. If you haven't set up your aeration and deep root watering for fall please contact us today.