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Simple Tips to Check the Efficiency of Your Sprinkler System

Date posted: April 24, 2017


Minor Adjustments Can Make Major Improvements! Perhaps you have noticed that your sprinkler just doesn’t seem to be working as effectively as it did when you installed it. Or, you are concerned about high water bills this coming season. The following is a quick list of the 6 most common problems sees when inspecting... Read more »

Calculating how much time your sprinkling takes to water Your Lawn adequately

Date posted: September 16, 2016

Most of the people know that their lawn needs one inch of water every week, however, what most do not know is: for how long they have to run the sprinklers to have that one inch of water in their lawn? That is what we will discuss in this blog. The first thing that you... Read more »

How to water your lawn during drought?

Date posted: September 6, 2016


Inadequate watering of lawn during summers or during water shortage periods, like in droughts, greatly damages lawn, sometimes permanently. During summers or droughts when we do not water lawn sufficiently, because of the inflation in the water bills, the root system starts to adapt to new water deficient conditions. One of the most significant effects... Read more »

What does it cost to water lawn in summer?

Date posted: August 30, 2016


We all know how watering a lawn inflates the water bill during a drought. Therefore, it is important to take necessary steps to cut your watering bill and summer expenses. However, to reduce watering cost, first, you need to know what it costs you. That is why, in this blog, we are giving a worksheet... Read more »

How to water your lawn like a professional?

Date posted: August 23, 2016


Nobody wants their lawn to look shaggy, coarse, or with brown patches. However, that is what the intense summer sun does to your lawn. It takes a lot of effort to have a manicured lawn with crisp edges and lush grass like that of a riverbank. For having a yard that looks nurtured in a... Read more »

A Brief Guide to Take Care of Your Grass Roots

Date posted: July 21, 2016

You probably know how the root system of your lawn plays a very important role in the life of your grass. Like all plants, the root system in grass absorbs the minerals and water needed for survival. What you probably do not know is that it sends hormonal signals to the aboveground portion of the... Read more »

Sprinkler System – monitoring and regulating water

Date posted: July 19, 2016

Do you know your turf grass lawn is approximately 85-90 percent water? Yes, that is true; water is what makes your grass look that good, or bad, when watered insufficiently. In different regions, requirement of water by grass varies, for instance, in Colorado, a region with a semi arid climate, blue grass lawns require 2... Read more »

Gardening in containers – a solution to limited space issue

Date posted: July 15, 2016

Do you love gardening but have space constraints? There is amazing way—container gardening—to revel the joy of conventional gardening, even though when you have limited space. This fun way allows people with little space, such as balconies or small patios, to have a garden, without hiring a garden service. The whole practice started when condominiums... Read more »

Weeds — super resistant and adaptable freeloaders

Date posted: July 14, 2016

Weeds, as you already know, reproduce aggressively and are invasive in nature, which has adapted to diverse environment. What all it need a suitable condition; rain, persistent or interrupted, gives weeds a chance to thrive. In a small period, it blooms and invades. Literally, it competes with desirable species for nourishment in your garden and... Read more »

Reduce Landfill Waste through Eco-Friendly Measures

Date posted: May 17, 2016

Rising landfill waste in metropolitan towns and cities is a big problem. It is one of the most significant factors that lead to soil pollution and receding water table. Hence, many companies and factories aim to reduce the landfill waste through following the eco-friendly 3 R model that is Reuse, Reduce and Recycle the solid... Read more »


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