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Answers to Common Questions about Spring Lawn Care in Utah  

Figuring out how to get green grass in spring can be challenging. Many homeowners are unsure how to manage seasonal lawn treatments and tasks needed to help their lawns thrive. Here are the answers to some key questions people ask about spring lawn care.  Use these spring lawn care tips from Big League Lawns to help you cultivate the beautiful, green, healthy lawn you want this year: When Is It Time to Start Mowing My Lawn Each Year, and What Height Should I Cut It? Begin mowing your grass twice per week from the middle to late spring weeks. This…

Tips to Beat Utah's Drought with Soil Conditioning

The start date for Secondary water from the Weber Basin has been pushed back. Utah's lakes are far from capacity, and now we're already getting recommendations to water only lawns only once per week. Utah's lawn survival rate is going to drop without doing something about it. Here are a few drought protection tips to apply right away! Tip #1 - Allow Watering to Go Deep During summers' hot days, the top layer of soil a few inches deep will dry up. Because roots only travel a few inches deep, they end up in dry dirt, further away from watering…
How to Take Care of Freshly Laid Sod

How to Take Care of New Sod?

You’ve just transformed your property from dirt to a suddenly gorgeous, magazine-perfect lush lawn! Of course, now it’s up to you to keep it alive, make it flourish, and protect your investment in it.
Lawn Fungus Identification and Lawn Disease Control & Treatment

Quick Guide to Lawn Fungus and Lawn Diseases 

When dead grass or discolored areas appear on your pampered lawn, the problem is usually a disease or lawn fungus. Use this handy quick guide to help you identify, treat, and prevent lawn fungus and disease from recurring.
Why Is My Grass Turning Yellow?

8 Reasons Your Lawn is Yellow and How to Fix it

You may be bewildered by the mystery of what is causing your grass to be yellow in some spots, larger areas, or across the entire lawn. What’s causing it? Is yellow grass dead? Perhaps you’ve tried all the obvious remedies, and yet the lawn is still yellow. There is a pretty wide range of potential reasons why your grass is yellow and seems to be resistant to your best efforts to restore it to good health. Here are some of the most common causes of yellow grass and tips for growing a healthy green lawn. Why is My Grass Turning…
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Why Did Your Grass Die During the Winter?

Grass may die during the Utah winter, or it may just go dormant. Dormancy is a natural mode of self-protection for grass, and it’s not a cause for concern. Dormant grass may look tan colored in winter but can be expected to bounce back to the appearance of normal healthy green grass when temperatures become less extreme toward springtime. But, when the grass dies during the winter, it may require remedial lawn treatment to bring back lush, thriving, green growth to your lawn.  Here are the typical causes of grass dying in winter: Mold Due to Snow It may seem…
Lush Green Lawn in Front of a Beautiful House

4 Fall Lawn Care Maintenance Tips

Are you wondering how to properly prepare your lawn for the fall? Here are some tips to promote a brilliant comeback in spring.
Lush, Green Lawn

5 Smart Mowing Tips for a Lush, Green Lawn

In order to keep your lawn looking its best, you must use professional lawn mowing techniques to avoid killing the grass. Otherwise, your lush, green grass can quickly turn brown and splotchy, leaving you with a mess on your hands. Learning how to cut grass properly is easy to do. You just have to follow these five mowing tips to achieve the best results. Keep Lawn Mower Blades Sharp Sharp lawn mower blades are a must in keeping your lawn in great shape. Aim to sharpen them at least twice per season. Otherwise, the dull blades will inefficiently hack at…
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