How to Improve Clay Soil For Lawns

How to Improve Clay Soil For Lawns

Amending Clay Soil For Lawns To improve clay soil for lawns, you will need to apply organic matter by a process called topdressing.  Topdressing is generally performed once or maybe twice a year in some cases. For correct topdressing you apply a thin layer of organic matter over your grass. Applying a layer of 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch thick usually works best depending on […]

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Stepping Stone Walkway Ideas

Stepping Stone Walkway Ideas

Stepping Stone Walkway For Back Yards Landscaping a backyard can be planned to suite your lifestyle and your personality with a little bit of planning.  Choosing your landscape design will not only hinge on your landscape environment, but also your own personal preferences. Use these backyard stepping stone walkway ideas for planing your landscaping design. Type of Soil – Hard Clay can be difficult to […]

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Mowing Grass When Wet

Mowing Grass When Wet

Unusually Wet Summer The last few weeks, several thunder storms have dropped higher amounts of rain across north Texas. The storms have caused constant growth in the lawns since the beginning of summer. With this in mind, the realities of lawn maintenance during the summer months in the Dallas, Fort Worth area can be quite harsh. If you avoid mowing wet grass, within two weeks […]

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Ryno Lawn Care Made Top 100 Lawn Care Blogs

Ryno Lawn Care Made Top 100 Lawn Care Blogs

The Best Lawn Care blogs from thousands of top Lawn Care blogs in our index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week. These blogs are ranked based on following criteria – Google reputation and Google search ranking – Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites – Quality and consistency of posts. – Feedspot’s editorial team and […]

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How To Fix a Flower Bed Full Of Weeds

How To Fix a Flower Bed Full Of Weeds

Methods To Fixing A Weed Problem How to fix a flower bed full of weeds in your garden?  You can spend the first few weeks of tearing up weeds, however the chore soon wears thin. Don’t get too worked up about. A few simple strategies and your garden will be weed free.  Armed with a better understanding of weeds and the methods listed here, you […]

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How To Cure Root Rot

How To Cure Root Rot

What Is Root Rot? Root rot is a condition found in both indoor and outdoor plants, although more common in indoor plants with poor drainage. As the name states, the roots of the plant rot. Usually, this is a result of over watering. In houseplants, it is a very common problem, and is slightly less common in outdoor plants.Root rot if left untreated, will kill […]

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How to Get Rid of Grass Burrs

How to Get Rid of Grass Burrs

Knowing What They Are Dry states like Texas, New Mexico and Arizona you have probably had to deal with prickly stickers in your lawn from time to time. If so here are a few ways to get rid of grass burrs. Also known as: Sandburrs, Grass Burrs, Sticker Burrs/Burr Stickers, Pricking Monsters, Lawn/Grass Stickers. Generally, these are all referring to the same nasty weed. They thrive […]

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Best Native Texas Shrubs For Your Landscape

Best Native Texas Shrubs For Your Landscape

Native Texas Shrubs for Your Landscape from Ryno Lawn Care Best Native Shrubs and Trees for Texas Texas is vast and large everywhere you look. As far as the eye can see, you have vegetation, land, wildlife and some of the harshest weather around.   The native plants are perfect examples how to survive in the harsh Texas environment.  The sizes range from dwarf plants to medium […]

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5 Trees To Avoid Around Your Pool

5 Trees To Avoid Around Your Pool

Excess Pool Debris and Root Problems Having nice shade trees around a swimming pool can make your landscape stand out, however you must choose your plants and trees carefully. Excess pool debris can derive from trees with lots of ‘leaf litter’, excessive pollen, berries or budding debris can cause extra work for you and your pool filter. In addition trees with large root systems can damage pool […]

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How to Get Rid of Nutsedge / Nutgrass

How to Get Rid of Nutsedge / Nutgrass

What is Nutsedge? Nutsedge or nutgrass is technically not a grass, but it looks like one, only it grows faster than regular turf grass and sticks up like a bladed yellow weed. It can pop up both in garden beds and in the lawn. Nutsedge has a triangular stem and roots contain small bulbs or tubers that make fighting nutsedge very difficult. How Nutsedge Spreads Under optimum […]

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