Southern Lawns: Your Guide to to a Beautiful Yard

July 25, 2014 - Comment

If you live in the Southern United States and want a thicker and greener lawn, then this book is for you. With tips and tricks from the groundskeeper for The Boston Red Sox to professors of turf management across the United States, it will teach you how to grow a healthier lawn that lasts.

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If you live in the Southern United States and want a thicker and greener lawn, then this book is for you. With tips and tricks from the groundskeeper for The Boston Red Sox to professors of turf management across the United States, it will teach you how to grow a healthier lawn that lasts.

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Jennifer says:

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G. Linn says:

Good Information I have had a lawn service (treatment program) for many years while changing suppliers several times. For me, the reasons for having a lawn service are threefold: 1), preventing bugs from destroying your yard and requiring resoding – especially a problem in Florida, 2), preventing weeds from taking over your yard, 3), making your lawn look as good as it can, recognizing that I don’t have a million dollar estate. If you want every blade of grass to be perfect, NASA could probably do it, but at a cost of a million dollars a treatment. Now that we’re retired, I was thinking that I would have more time to take care of my lawn by myself, saving some of the $600 a year that I pay my lawn service. But, what do you do and when do you do it? So, I ordered this book. I’ve not yet decided to take on my lawn by myself, but this book provides lots of information about lawn care. The many pictures describe types of grass, weeds, and lawn care problems. It may not be possible to take care of…

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