6 Lawn Aeration Facts From Lawn Service Professionals

Aerating your lawn achieves positive outcomes when you use the correct methods and aerate at the right time of year. In order to promote a healthy lawn and trees, your lawn service should implement a comprehensive lawn care program that includes aeration. If you have never had your turf aerated in the past or don’t know very much about lawn … Read More

13 Questions To Ask A Lawn Care Professional Before Signing A Contract

Choosing a lawn service requires research in order to ensure your lawn care program maintains a healthy lawn and trees. Year-round lawn care is beneficial for homeowners seeking to improve the beauty of their lawn, but not all lawn care professionals have the expertise to diagnose problems and implement solutions. Quality tree and shrub care along with expert soil testing … Read More

Why Do We Soil Test?

We were supposed to begin a discussion of the “year in review” this week, but a very good question was posed recently by one of our new customers, which simply was “why do you need to test soil and why now?” If you are new to Lawns Unlimited, soil testing is one of our more important services. since it enables … Read More

Lawns Unlimited Blog #2

Dollar spot was our most troublesome disease in 2014. Dollar spot is one of the most common diseases of turfgrasses worldwide. It was a chronic problem in tall fescue and Kentucky bluegrass lawns from late May to November on Delmarva this year. There are three annual dollar spot epidemics in our region, but the departure of one epidemic and the … Read More

Pink Snow Mold Found On Two Of Our Lawns

There is no shortage of fungi capable of damaging turf during cold periods between late autumn and spring. The two most prominent late winter diseases of lawns are pink snow mold (aka Microdochium patch) and gray snow mold (aka Typhula blight). With the advent of snow melt in late March, two of our tall fescue lawns (that we know about) … Read More

Lawns Unlimited Blog #1

Lawns Unlimited has created this Blog to improve communications with our customers and to provide insights into the difficulties presented by Mother Nature in providing high quality lawns. The blog allows for each customer to interact by sending us questions, observations and concerns regarding their lawn. We welcome photos and discussion. Keep in mind, grasses are living entities that must … Read More