Category: Landscape

Biostimulants in the Turf World

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As all turf managers know, weather conditions change across the season and this affects overall turf growth and health. Each growing season, the grass plant grows and develops in a constant interaction with the local environmental conditions. How “easy” or “hard” the season goes is a direct result of how well the turf could deal with, and respond to, these environmental and weather conditions.

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What Professional Landscapers Need To Know In 2021

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Since 1947, LebanonTurf has been a leader in the turf and ornamental industry—providing landscapers with high-quality products that help deliver superior results and satisfied customers. The advanced formulas we’ve been producing for over 70 years have given generations of professional landscapers and their customers the best-maintained lawns, flowers, trees, and shrubs on the block.

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Putting Turf To Bed: Late Fall Fertilization

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Crisp, cool air, autumn-colored leaves, and in some regions, the chances of early snowfall—fall is not around the corner anymore. It’s here. And that means it’s time to put turf to bed for the winter; of course, we are talking about late fall fertilization and proper dormancy.

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4 Common Summer Landscaping Problems & How To Prepare For Them

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If there’s one thing all landscapers can agree on, it’s that there will always be work to do when it comes to keeping turf healthy and thriving year after year. A lot of this comes down to things we talk about often—as they are not one-off problems, they are routine maintenance. As we head into the fall season, here are some common issues to keep top of mind before next summer.

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Ticks & Turfgrass

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Most people would argue that summer is the favored season. This time of year is full of activities, outdoor adventures, and more time spent working on your lawn and plant beds —but this also means higher exposure to nuisances like ticks. While these pesky little insects don’t damage turfgrass, they can be dangerous for humans and pets because of the host of different diseases that they can carry and readily transmit.

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Technology Spotlight – MESA

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Everyone wants better looking, healthy turf, but to achieve that, you have to start by using the best fertilizer technologies. One of the best, most effective nitrogen sources available to get you the results you want is MESA®. This unique technology is a controlled nitrogen source that combines Meth-Ex® methylene urea and ammonium sulfate in a single, homogeneous particle.

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Landscaping Activities Kids Can Help With

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Whether you’re a landscaper or golf course superintendent, like many of us, you are likely spending a bit more time at home due to the current state of the world. While this can be frustrating as we head into an early spring around most of the country, it can also be an excellent opportunity to teach kids about landscaping and gardening.

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A Tale of Many Climates

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It’s 2020, and our society is going global with each passing day. No matter where you are, you can get anything on Amazon shipped to your house in two days. Social media connects us to people across the world in an instant. But one thing that has to stay local–and will never be universalized–is your turf management plan.

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Planning for the Future

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As we head toward the end of 2019, it’s time to start thinking about what turf care plan you can offer to your customers in 2020. Now is a great time to focus on putting together and pitching your customers on year-long projects for the upcoming seasons. Let’s look at several factors that go into picking a plan that’s right for your business and customers.

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