Don’t let turf disease ruin your summer (or your lawn)
It’s a warm summer day. Your family has decided to barbecue and play some yard games. You have a great time and think that this is the way summer should be spent – until you spot a brown patch of grass in your yard. The realization that your grass has turf disease turns your perfect summer of fun into a summer of stress. Don’t let turf disease put a hamper on your summer fun. Paradise Lawns will help you identify the problem and get your lawn back on track. Let’s look at the top five common turf diseases in the Midwest and what you can do to keep your lawn healthy, green and lush.
Protect your family from ticks
With the news encouraging everyone to stay home, many (including pets) in the Omaha metro are spending more time in the backyard enjoying the return of warm weather. Paradise Lawns loves to help our clients achieve healthy, lush lawns. We also strive to educate and protect people from potential backyard risks, even when they aren’t making front page news. We are talking about ticks. Knowledge is key to staying safe, so let’s find out more about these common parasites and learn what can be done to prevent them and keep you safe this summer.
Timing is everything
This past Sunday, approximately 100 million people tuned in to watch the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers in the 2020 Super Bowl. Training and teamwork got them to the Super Bowl, but timing determined the winner in the end. Unless each throw, tackle or catch is timed just right, the play isn’t successful. The ability to know when the time is right is an important element in many aspects of our lives, not just when we play sports. However, it is often overlooked until failure results from poor timing. You may wonder why a lawn care company is talking about timing and the Super Bowl. Even though the two don’t seem to have much in common, both football and lawn care treatments need to be accurately timed in order to succeed. Fertilizing too early or too late may result in future problems, so timing is vital for your lawn’s success.
Need help with your 2019 organic lawn care goals?
We’d like to wish everyone a happy 2019! Our wish is for all of you to have the lawn of your dreams this year. (Hopefully we can be a part of those dreams, too! ? ) And as an Omaha lawn care company specializing in organic lawn care, Paradise Lawns can help you achieve those dreams while using safe products for your family, pets, and the environment!
(or, why knowing the pH balance in your Omaha lawn is important)
Ever wondered why your lawn doesn’t look amazing, even though you pay good money for lawn care services? The pH level could be the culprit (or at least one of them)! If the pH level in your lawn is not at the optimum level, fertilizers will not break down to be utilized by the grass. What this means is that if your pH level is off, you are literally losing money because the fertilizer you are putting down (and paying for!) is not being utilized efficiently and going to waste. read more →
Hey, Dave! What does organic lawn care mean, exactly?
As we are moving through lawn care season, people have been asking us, “What does organic lawn care mean, exactly?” We thought it was a good time to fully explain what organic lawn care is and why we heavily promote it here at Paradise Lawns!
It’s that time of year again: the phone calls and emails are pouring in, asking us…
Why is my lawn turning white?
I could try making some witty joke about how after a while, your lawn starts to age just like we do (get it? gray hair?), but that wouldn’t be funny OR the truth. Having a white lawn isn’t something to be concerned about–it actually means the product we just put down is doing its job! read more →
5 Benefits of Organic Lawn Care You’ll Want to Know About
You hear it all the time: organic is better. But why? Obviously there are a plethora of benefits to using organic lawn care products on your lawn. But these 5 are ones we think are most important in helping you decide on moving toward organic lawn care from Paradise Lawns! read more →