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Why You Should Continue Mulching in the Fall

Thursday, September 26th, 2019
Why You Should Continue Mulching in the Fall

Since the weather is starting to cool off, you might not think that mulching is still important.

Since the weather is starting to cool off, you might not think that mulching is still important. That’s an easy mistake to make. Don’t let it fool you! Here is why you should continue to mulch even though summer has ended and fall is getting underway (more…)

Guide to Keeping Your Lawn Hydrated

Friday, September 20th, 2019
Guide to Keeping Your Lawn Hydrated

If your lawn survived the scorching heat of summer and you’re trying to keep a lush, green lawn for as long into the season as possible, this means that you will likely have to supplement the rain to keep it hydrated.

As we move into the fall, the days start getting cooler but the rain seems to come less often as well. If your lawn survived the scorching heat of summer and you’re trying to keep a lush, green lawn for as long into the season as possible, this means that you will likely have to supplement the rain to keep your lawn hydrated. There are actually many ways to water your lawn, though some work better than others, depending on your landscaping and the time and energy you have to spare. (more…)

The Importance of Nutrients in Your Soil

Saturday, September 14th, 2019
The Importance of Nutrients in Your Soil

While soil texture, pH, and organic matter are all important aspects for healthy plant life, the nutrients in your soil are also crucial for maintaining the foundation of a healthy ecosystem.

The topsoil at the surface of your lawn is crucial to the health of your grass, trees, and other plants. This soil represents the outermost layer of the Earth, and it’s responsible for nourishing just about all the plants we eat, enjoy, or otherwise benefit from throughout our lives. While soil texture, pH, and organic matter are all important aspects for healthy plant life, the nutrients in your soil are also crucial for maintaining the foundation of a healthy ecosystem. As you may know, there are 3 main nutrients that should be present in healthy soil: nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorous. Here’s what makes these nutrients such an important part of the soil. (more…)

Three Common Plant Illnesses and How to Treat Them

Friday, September 6th, 2019
Three Common Plant Illnesses and How to Treat Them

Keep your landscaping healthy with the experts at Atlantic Maintenance Group!

Keeping your landscape in proper health is a great way to ensure that it looks great no matter the season. Unfortunately, there are many different illnesses and diseases that can affect your plants if you’re not careful. Knowing how to spot and treat these issues can help ensure that your space looks great and that your plants thrive.  (more…)

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