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Looking for lawn care or pest control? Learn about different types of grass, how to water your lawn correctly, and more! Our blog provides various different lawn care and pest control tips and information to keep your yard in tip-top shape, your home pest free and your lawn the envy of the neighborhood. Loving your yard has never been easier with Top Turf. We keep your lawn healthy, green, and lush. If you would like to subscribe to our blog please fill out the below information.

Aeration & Seeding Aftercare

Aeration and Seeding Aftercare   Just had your lawn aerated and seeded? Here are the next steps to make sure your new grass grows in full– Once you've[...]

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How much should you water your lawn?

  How Much Should To Water For Your Specific Type Of  Grass? Believe it or not but there are specific ways to water your lawn for different grass types[...]

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How to Mow Your Lawn Correctly

How to Mow Your Lawn Correctly? Proper mowing will have a tremendous effect on the appearance of your lawn. Height of cut, frequency of cut, and type of[...]

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How The Wet Weather Affects Mosquitoes

  How The Wet Weather Affects Mosquitoes?   It has been very wet this Mosquito season and as much as we may not like the rainy season these rainy days[...]

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Why Treating Crabgrass Weeds Can Be Difficult

Treating Crabgrass/Grassy Weeds Crabgrass Crabgrass can run rampant in the summer. Hot summers with adequate rainfall push summer weeds like crabgrass[...]

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Keeping Your Trees Healthy All Year Round

Keeping Trees Healthy All Year Deep Root Fertilization Deciduous (trees that lose their leaves every year) trees and shrubs need deep root fertilization[...]

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The Benefits of Deep Root Fertilization

Deep Root Fertilization: Trees and Shrubs What’s the difference between traditional fertilization & deep root fertilization? Traditional fertilization[...]

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How To Get Rid of Large Hop Clover In Your Lawn

Large Hop Clover Type: Broadleaf Winter annual; spreads by reseeding itself; often forms colonies Size: 12″-14″ High Where it grows: unmowed areas, such[...]

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Do you really need to rake all those leaves?

Do you really need to rake all those leaves? Yes! Excessive leaves on your lawn going into winter is bad for several reasons. It will smother the grass[...]

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5 Ways To Keep Your Lawn Safe For Trick or Treaters 

5 Ways To Keep Your Lawn Safe For Trick or Treaters  1. Keep Surroundings Safe! If you have a yard space that the children will walk through or have[...]

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