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Tag: Lawn Fertilization

How to Fertilize Your Lawn

Learn how to fertilize your lawn with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. If you want your lawn to be lush and green all summer long, then you’ll want to create a healthy lawn maintenance schedule. It’s easy to do and you’ll be surprised how a simple fertilizing program can keep your lawn looking green all season long. Fertilize your lawn with these simple instructions from Blain’s Farm &(…)

Mulch: A Beginner’s Guide

Laying mulch is one of the best things you can do for your landscape. It improves fertility and the health of flower beds, tree beds and vegetable gardens. Plus, it’s a great way to add contrast to your landscape and add curb appeal to your home. Our beginner’s guide to mulch will help you figure out how to tackle this exciting project. What Do You Want From Your Mulch? First you need to(…)

Lawn Problems: Lawn Weeds

Don’t let lawn weeds get you down; fight back with Blain’s Farm & Fleet! There are a lot of different methods for fighting weeds, and they depend on what stage the weeds in your lawn are in. Take action early when dealing with lawn weeds. They spread very quickly. Preventative weed fighting Pre-ermergent herbicides – The best practice is to prevent lawn weeds before they happen. You can do this by(…)

Lawn Problems: Yellow Lawn Causes

Diagnosing lawn problems is not easy. There are so many things that can prevent your lawn from being as strong and green as it could. It’s hard to know where to start when you have a brown patch or an area where seed will not grow, but Blain’s Farm & Fleet will give you all the tools and know-how you need to find and fix the problem. Once you fix your(…)

3 Tips for Picking a Fertilizer

Fertilizer can make your lawn lush, green, and healthy all year. But finding the right one for your lawn can be complicated. Here are 3 things that will help you learn what you need to know to pick the best fertilizer for your lawn. 1: Test your Soil Test the pH level of your soil. You can do this with a soil tester or soil testing kit. For lawns, the(…)


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