29
Apr

Sod tips for your spring lawn

I think it would be fair to say that we have seen one of the most unusual April’s on record here in the Southwest (rain and cool temperatures).  It’s been nice to get to experience spring again, but our grass lawns are feeling the effects of the up and down weather.  Read the rest of this entry »

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28
Apr

HAPPY KIDS!

We love hearing from our customers!  We received an e-mail recently from Carlos in Tucson who just sodded his backyard, and has a new play area for his son.  We wanted to share, as it is always fun to know that our customers are happy because of their new lawns!   Read the rest of this entry »

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22
Apr

New sod for McDowell Mountain Music Festival!

We put down an acre of sod yesterday on top of a parking lot for the McDowell Mountain Music Festival.  We think lush cool grass is a a lot cleaner and more fun than a dirty parking lot!  What a great idea! Read the rest of this entry »

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19
Apr

April Seasonal Updates and Frequently Asked Questions

I think we’ve all noticed the steady increase in our temperatures over the last couple weeks and as the weather warms up so does our soil. As of this morning, the current soil temperature was 60 degrees at 6:30 am. This is a good indicator that over the next few days we will be in the range to get our warm season grasses up and growing. Read the rest of this entry »

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19
Apr

April Seasonal Updates and Frequently Asked Questions

I think we’ve all noticed the steady increase in our temperatures over the last couple weeks and as the weather warms up so does our soil.  As of this morning, the current soil temperature was 60 degrees at 6:30 am.  This is a good indicator that over the next few days we will be in the range to get our warm season grasses up and growing.  Read the rest of this entry »

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12
Apr

Keep your lawn healthy and water wisely

Did you know that the average homeowner can waste over 60 % of water they use each month?  In the west we have a tendency to believe in the theory that just because it is hotter than most climates that we need to use more water.  We actually do not need to use any more water than the cooler states as we have grasses that are well adapted to the area.  Watering your lawn is vital to the survival and appearance of your lawn, but overwatering is just as detrimental as under watering.  Read the rest of this entry »

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07
Apr

NEW! Get your West Coast Turf/Western Sod at Sprinkler World

I just wanted to let everyone in Arizona know that we’ve now teamed up with Sprinkler World all across Arizona to stock and special order our sod.  Not only are they carrying our sod, they also carry everything you could possibly need to get your yard in tip top shape.  Read the rest of this entry »

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02
Apr

Did you buy seashore paspalum? Here are some tips!

Seashore Paspalum Maintenance Tips Read the rest of this entry »

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02
Apr

New Spring transition tips for your lawn

Well it’s April 1st!   As usual we have some really warm days followed by a string of a few cooler days until the real heat begins.  You’ve started to see that flush of spring ryegrass growth if your lawn is overseeded, or you are starting to see a little color if your bermudagrass is coming out of dormancy.  I am going to go over some easy things you can do to help your lawn get through the next couple months and ease the “Spring Transition” anxiety.  Read the rest of this entry »

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