Dormancy Pruning

Dormancy Pruning

Dormancy Pruning and Why It’s Important You’ve raked up the last of the leaves. The growing season is over, so there’s no more mowing until the spring. Cold temperatures have arrived. Snow and winter are on their way. Like a big old grizzly bear, you’re ready to go...
Snow Shoveling Tips

Snow Shoveling Tips

It’s snowing! Outside the windows, the world is white, silent, and beautiful. Inside, maybe there’s a roaring fire adding coziness and warmth to the winter night. The kids are excited, crossing their fingers for a day off from school, anticipating sledding, snowball...
Keeping Your Lawn Green When You Have Dogs

Keeping Your Lawn Green When You Have Dogs

Keeping Your Lawn Green When You Have Dogs It’s a fact: we Americans love our dogs. For many of us, dogs aren’t merely pets; they’re friends, companions, and even family members. Many people can’t imagine life without their canine companions, and sometimes human...

Lawn Care Tips for Beginners

Lawn Care Tips for Beginners When you buy your first home, chances are it’s the first time you’re caring for a lawn as well. The times Mom and Dad got you up early on Saturday mornings as a kid to mow the grass don’t count! Caring for your first lawn is an exciting...
Total Vegetation Control

Total Vegetation Control

What is total vegetation control? Total vegetation control is a vegetation management process used to eliminate vegetation to protect the people, resources, and infrastructure of specific areas. When the vegetation in an area poses a risk for fire, infrastructure, and...
Winterizing Your Irrigation System

Winterizing Your Irrigation System

Winterizing Your Irrigation System Winterizing your irrigation system is essential in order to keep your pipes from freezing and prevent damage from occurring. Without this preventative maintenance, damage from frozen pipes is likely to happen when the level of frost...
The Best Time to Aerate and Overseed

The Best Time to Aerate and Overseed

Even the best lawns face challenges, and one of the best ways to combat them or avoid them entirely is to keep your grass strong and healthy. To many people, that simply means regular mowing and watering, pulling weeds, and applying fertilizers. Yes, those are...

Properly Watering a Newly Sodded Lawn

There are some bare patches in the lawn, or maybe some tired-looking spots. Perhaps there are lumpy areas or places where weeds have invaded. Maybe you’re moving into a newly built home and you have to build a lawn from scratch. Or maybe the existing lawn has become...

How Much Do I Water a Newly Reseeded Lawn?

After you noticed some thin spots in your lawn, you smartly opted for reseeding to strengthen them before weeds or insect pests could move in and manage those spots in their ways. Following expert advice like the kind you’ll get here at Sharp Lawn Care, you reseeded...

Using Pesticides Safely

Pesticides are highly effective for controlling mosquitoes and other pests, but some people are hesitant to use them due to understandable questions and concerns about risks to health and the environment. Certainly, no one wants lethal chemicals coming into contact...
Fall Seeding

Fall Seeding

You’ve just noticed some bare patches in the lawn, or maybe you’ve seen some tired-looking spots. May be there are scattered lumpy areas or places where weeds have invaded. Although a lot of aspects of lawn care and landscaping can get pretty complicated (just have a...
Mowing Done Right

Mowing Done Right

Every lawn needs mowing if it’s going to look great and be healthy. Mowing is one of the simplest lawn-related tasks a homeowner can perform, but there’s more to it than just firing up the mower and pushing it all over the lawn. Among the considerations are how often...
The Asian Giant Hornet, AKA Murder Hornet

The Asian Giant Hornet, AKA Murder Hornet

Recently, there has been quite a bit of buzz (pun intended) about the Asian giant hornet, commonly called the “Murder Hornet.” From some accounts, you might get the impression that an apocalypse is upon us, but the truth, while not trivial, is much less frightful than...
Mowing FAQ’s and Tips

Mowing FAQ’s and Tips

If you have a favorite play in football history, chances are it’s a deep pass and a diving catch or a running back bursting through holes and shedding tacklers en route to a romp to the end zone. But none of that would have happened without the offensive linemen...

Mosquito Control and Why It’s So Important

Mosquitoes are among the most persistent, widespread, and unwelcome pests. Although the classic image of mosquito habitat may be a tropical swamp, they can be found almost anywhere, even in arid locations. Flash floods in deserts can presage outbreaks of mosquitoes,...

Pruning Ornamental Trees

Ornamental trees are trees in your lawn and garden selected for aesthetic value. It could be beautiful flowers, tasty fruits, a pleasing fragrance, bold fall colors, unusual or interesting bark, or some combination of these or other properties. Medium- and large-sized...

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