Blog Posts in Watering

Crabgrass, a summer annual, is one of the most troublesome weeds in lawns, and thankfully we have the tools to tackle it.

How to Identify Crabgrass

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Are you a current or soon-to-be Lawn Pride customer? We have an essential tool to assist you in your lawn care efforts. While we work our magic with our exclusive applications, our Central Indiana watering and mowing schedule will be your go-to guide for day-to-day maintenance.

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Happy new year, lawn lovers! Have you made any resolutions yet for this year? It’s not too late! Lawn Pride has an easy one for you: Resolve to improve your yard care all year long. 

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Here is your go-to timeline for watering your lawn throughout the week. This guide includes specific days, times, and exclusive turf tips to keep your lawn hydrated, healthy, and green. Check it out!...Continue Reading

Tackle a few key lawn care tasks now to ensure that your yard looks amazing when the summer arrives. Check out our list of late-spring “must-dos” for your lawn.

Summer Lawn Prep #1: Watering

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Are you a new homeowner, or a new resident of Central Indiana? Welcome home! We’d like to introduce ourselves – we’re your neighborhood lawn care pros who are here to help your lawn stay healthy and green. As you settle in, remember that...Continue Reading

Overseeding is the process of planting grass seed directly over existing turf. This is an important part of lawn maintenance, and when performed regularly and properly, it can actually improve the health and appearance of your grass....Continue Reading
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New Year’s resolutions are top of mind come January 1st each year. While you may have high aspirations in the health and fitness department, don’t forget to set goals for your home, too. We make it easy to set New Year’s resolutions for your lawn that you can actually stick with—and reap the...Continue Reading

August is proving to be a very dry month and lawns are beginning to show signs of stress. As of August 1st, central Indiana has received less than an inch of rain, and since June we are 3.5 inches below normal. That means it’s time to water. Grass is a hardy plant, but it...Continue Reading