Importance of Lawn Soil Analysis

Importance of Lawn Soil Analysis

Knowing Is Half The Battle Soil is made up of minerals, organic matter, air and water. Soil contains nutrients and is the foundation for plants. The importance of lawn soil analysis is to provide a complete understanding how to improve soil quality. Improving your soil increases plant health, therefore is critical to growing a lawn. If your grass is not growing as well as it could? […]

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Lawn Aeration and Seeding

Lawn Aeration and Seeding

Remedy for a patchy and unhealthy lawns. When you lawn is looking less green and has more spots of yellow than you care to admit, perhaps it might be time to consider lawn aeration and seeding.  Several factors can contribute to you lawn not looking its best, but being proactive can put you on the right path to recovery.  These factors include: Heavy thatch build […]

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Awarded Best Dallas Lawn Service Company in 2018

Awarded Best Dallas Lawn Service Company in 2018

Ryno Lawn Care has seen a number of awards over the years and 2018 is no different.  When you have a priority on quality service and customer support, it’s easy for people to recognize that. Thank you to all of our customers who continue to be the reason we love lawn care in Dallas.  Serving you has been a pleasure for over a decade. We […]

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Weed and Feed Schedule For Lawn Care

Weed and Feed Schedule For Lawn Care

Fertilization is important to giving your lawn the proper nutrients it needs to thrive through out the year. Proper fertilization is a balance of what your soil is giving your lawn and what you can add to it. It’s important to follow a weed and feed schedule for lawn care to apply fertilizer at the right time of year and at the right amount. Otherwise you […]

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New Sod Watering Tips

New Sod Watering Tips

How Much to Water Water is essential to all life…too little water and we die, too much and we drown. The same is true of the grass in our lawns. Water makes up 70% to 80% of the weight of our lawn grasses and the clippings alone are nearly 90% water. While most people are concerned about not watering their lawns enough. Following these new […]

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Cutting Grass In Winter Time – Is it Necessary?

Cutting Grass In Winter Time – Is it Necessary?

Usually A Waste Of Time Grass growth slows down during the cold winter months, therefore there is no need to cut the grass on lawns and yards. Although there a possibility that during mild spells it can continue to grow just not very much. If the situation does present itself and you do need to mow, never mow the lawn if the turf is wet […]

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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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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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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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How to Care For St. Augustine Grass

How to Care For St. Augustine Grass

St. Augustine Maintenance and Care St. Augustine grass is medium to dark green and coarse grass, additionally it has a low, dense growth habit. It grows well in nearly all soil types and tolerates shade, heat, salt and is drought tolerant. It does not tolerate waterlogged soils or extended periods of cold weather. Proper care for St. Augustine grass forms a dense cover that handles light traffic and […]

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