Thursday, May 29, 2014
"Use a rake to apply mulch evenly throughout the soil bed. Don’t forget to leave a couple of inches of space between the plants and the mulch to reduce any chances of stem rots. Piling up mounds of mulch around the base of plants can only smother and suffocate plants and trees; make sure it does not exceed 3 inches in depth at any point, and that it’s totally flat. Putting mulch in your yard for spring time can be time-consuming with all the measuring and setting the materials down. When you’re pressed for time, you can seek the assistance of professional Noblesville lawn care experts who have years of experience in dealing with yard maintenance. They can work efficiently to prevent weed from growing and developing in your lawn, hold much needed moisture in the soil and to enhance the bountiful greens of your garden."
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
"Applying herbicides and preventers can control and stop weed seeds from spreading. Also choose eco-friendly yard care products to treat the weeds hounding your lawn. Check out farmer supply stores for vinegars, which contain higher percentages of acetic acid. Be careful, though, as several application can make the soil acidic. You can also pour boiling water on, and scald every pesky weed in your way. Mowing Now that grass growth is at an all-time high, you may need to mow more often, about every four or five days. Use the one-third rule, wherein you remove not more than a third of the total height of the grass. If it’s too much work for you, you can seek the assistance of professionals who are experienced and knowledgeable about lawn care in Noblesville, Indiana. They can maintain a regular mowing schedule and ensure an abundantly green lawn by putting clippings for more organic matter on the soil."