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Dormant seeding is the common term for over seeding lawns in late fall to early spring while soil temperatures are too cold for grass seed to germinate. Harsh winter weather will not harm dormant grass seeds.
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Aeration is the process of punching holes in your lawn. Using either a hand tool or a aeration machine, this allows your lawn to absorb water, oxygen, fertilizers and other nutrients in the its roots. Arrow Management Lawn Services recommends doing this process 1 - 2 times a year.
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Turfgrass Management involves the science and business related to Turfgrasses in commercial, residential, and recreational settings. Often drainage of most playing surfaces can be improved by regular de-compaction and root zone treatments.
Thatch is the layer of living and dead stems, roots, stolons, and rhizomes between the green blades of grass and the soil surface. A thin layer of thatch (less than 1/2 inch thick) can be beneficial to the lawn because it helps to limit weed germination, reduce water evaporation, and protect from frost damage. Comprised of leaves, stems and roots – some living, some dead – thatch forms as a natural part of turf’s growing process.
It is our mission, as experts in lawn maintenance, to provide you with professionalism, personalized service, and ongoing commitment to produce the healthiest lawn. When you hire Arrow Management, you hire certified Lawn Care Specialists that understand regional soil types, grass types, and weather conditions. We have your bigger picture of your residential or commercial landscaping in mind for beauty, pleasing esthetics, and natural growth. Regular lawn care maintenance and project management, we personalize our service for your and your property. Our services meet your year-long needs to keep your lawn and yard looking its best through all the seasons.
Fertilizers enhance the growth of plants. This goal is met in two ways, the traditional one being additives that provide nutrients.
Different types of fertilizers, such as chemical fertilizers, organic fertilizers, and natural fertilizers are available on the market. The type of fertilizer you use has a large impact on the quality of your product.