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How To Have The Softest Lawn in 2020

Hey there Lawn Care Nut!I know we are still in winter and your lawn is under snow and ice, so I made some content that I hope will brighten your day and get you thinking about the sunny days and blue skies ahead.In fact, do you know that the first official day of Spring is Thursday, March 19? That’s 39 days away give or take a leap year day in there somewhere. So check this out: I made a fairly long video this week - full of tips - and I broke it all down for you in this email so you can digest the parts that are most interesting to you.Think of this as “show notes” with commentary about the video I just produced.The cool thing about it is that there is something here for everyone and if you watch the entire thing from start to finish, you’ll pick it up and be a stronger Lawn Care Nut heading...

Fall Pre-Emergent Lawn Care Strategies

It’s time to prepare for fall, y’all. Doesn’t matter where you live, it’s time to think about your strategy. Far north, far south or anywhere in between, there are some fall preparations we all need to consider.

How To Cure Brown Patches and Lawn Disease Problems In The Summer

What’s up ya’ll and welcome to summer! And with that, we want to show you How To Cure Lawn Disease Problems and Fix Brown Patches In Your Lawn. Essentially, this is a fungus that's starting to affect lawns across the transition zone and up into the midwest.Let’s take a look at Rocky Mount, NC. Beautiful country there where Paul, from Paul’s Prime Cuts, lives and works.This area is known as the Atlantic Coastal Plains and you will find Turf Type Tall Fescue there, Centipede, Zoysia, Bermuda, and even Bahia.Paul deals with it all but the main reason I wanted to call attention here if the brown patch disease he shows in his tall fescue lawns.Check out this video where he talks you through How To Fix Brown Patches in feascue: Paul won’t admit it, but he is one of the smartest lawn and soil gurus on YouTube.His lawns always look awesome and it’s a real privilege for us to be able...