Published on Monday, July 05, 2021
Discovering that you have brown patches of grass is never on a property owner's list of favorite things. How did this happen? Your lawn will tell you when it is in distress. A brown lawn means that something needs to change within your lawn maintenance and care schedule. We are here to help you discover the root of the problem and learn exactly what services will help eradicate it.
When property owners see brown patches of grass, many assume it is because of a lack of water. This could...
Published on Sunday, June 06, 2021
Lawn grubs are the larvae of various scarab beetle species, such as Japanese Beetles, June Bugs, and Masked Chafers.
Grubs hatch from the eggs of these adult beetles and immediately begin to feed on the roots of your grass. In
Indiana, grubs will do some light feeding on your lawn's root system, but this is not enough to notice any
damage. However, as the weeks pass and the late summer months approach, grubs will begin to aggressively feed on your
roots, causing extensive...
Published on Thursday, May 27, 2021
Obviously, you don't want to kill your lawn this summer. That's the last thing any property owner desires.
You care too much about your grass and have spent more than enough time nurturing it this spring. Have no fear! In the
following paragraphs, we give you all the advice you need about proper watering, mowing, and fertilization to keep
your grass alive in the heat.
Keep your grass hydrated.
We all need to drink enough water to be at our best in the summer heat. Your...
Published on Wednesday, April 28, 2021
As responsible homeowners, it's good practice to be proactive and vigilant when looking out for our lawn. Being
vigilant could mean pulling out unsightly weeds whenever we see them because we think that is the best option to stop
them from growing further. However, some weed species, like yellow nutsedge and wild violet, are stubborn, and pulling
them could just trigger more growth. This is because some weeds reproduce through their root system that is activated
Published on Thursday, April 01, 2021
We've all heard of lawn fertilizer and know that it helps replenish the nutrients in our lawns, but do you know what it is actually made up of? Every fertilizer has three key nutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Each one offers different benefits to your grass no matter what type of grass seed your lawn has.
Before fertilization, it is important to understand what each type of nutrient does and how too much of these nutrients could actually cause future damage. Continue...
Published on Tuesday, February 23, 2021
If you ever hear your green thumb neighbor and landscaping company referencing pre-emergent weed control and wonder
what in the world that even is, you're not the only one. Pre-emergent weed control is a treatment that's
used to help prevent weeds from invading lawns and landscapes. It's a tried and true practice for lawn care
professionals and gardeners. You may be wary about its purpose and wonder if it's even worth adding to your
routine lawn care.
Published on Friday, January 10, 2020
Unsurprisingly, winter isn't the best time for a lawn to reach its full growth potential. In fact, this dreaded season may cause your lawn to deteriorate. You shouldn't take your chances and hope it bounces back on its own.
To take the probability out of your lawn making a comeback, we at Grow Pros Lawn Care, LLC offer you expert lawn restoration services that include aeration, hydroseeding, and more. Properties in South Bend, Granger, and Elkhart, IN can take advantage...
Published on Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Use slow release fertilizer. Most store bought fertilizers have a very small amount of slow release product, usually less than five percent (5%). Grow Pros uses at least thirty percent (30%) slow release products. This ensures your fertilizer will last until the next treatment.
Iron gives your lawn a deep green color. Grow Pros puts down iron with every application of fertilizer.
Your lawn needs an inch and a half of water a week, either from...