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What does gypsum do for your lawns?

  Gypsum adds calcium and other necessary nutrients back into the soil and also aids in the softening and break up of hard packed soils when used along with regular aerati (MORE)

What does lawn mean?

Lawn is a very fine weave cotton linen from Lorn in France. Lawn is the anglicized version of Lorn. Lawn also refers to the close seeded tightly mown areas of grass in gardens (MORE)

When do you roll a lawn?

Usually its good practice to roll a lawn when its fairly wet, such  as in early spring, the soil is wet enough that it flattens out  with the roller. If you do it later in t (MORE)

When do you fertilize your lawn?

It depends on where you live. General rule of thumb is a light application in spring and a heavy application in fall. Only fertilize during summer if you notice your lawn is s (MORE)

What ashes are used on Ash Wednesday?

The ashes used on Ash Wednesday are from the burned palms from the previous year's Palm Sunday. Since the palms are consecrated it is not proper to dispose of them in the garb (MORE)

Why are the cricket ashes called ashes?

In 1882, after Australia defeated England on English soil for the first time, The Sporting Times ran the following obituary for English cricket: In Affectionate Remembranceof (MORE)

Why does a lawn need aerating lawn?

A lawn needs aeration at least 1 time per year, this will help reduce soil compaction and let more oxygen and nutrients to lawns root system.
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What is lawn care?

After the last frost, mow your lawn and remove all the leaves and  other debris. Buy Scott's Weed and Feed and a spreader. First, you  go row by row and then do the same on (MORE)