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Archive for October, 2021

5 Helpful Tips For Lawn Fertilization

Friday, October 15th, 2021
5 Helpful Tips for Lawn Fertilization
Lawn fertilizers can be poisonous if ingested, inhaled, or come into direct contact with bare skin.

Proper lawn fertilization is an essential lawn care practice that results in healthy and nice-looking turf. Just like any other green plant, lawns require macro and micronutrients to carry out plant functions efficiently. Since turf is shallow-rooted, it will compete for minerals at the topsoil leading to their depletion. This means you will need to fertilize your lawn once in a while. Now, when applying the lawn fertilizer, you should ensure that you spread it evenly. Here are five vital tips and best practices for adequate lawn fertilization. 


How to Deal with Standing Water

Friday, October 8th, 2021
How to Deal with Standing Water Atlantic Maintenance Group
One of the first things you’ll want to do when it comes to standing water in your yard is to find the culprit.

Unfortunately, people will have to deal with standing water in their homes at some point in their lives. Having standing water in your home — especially if you have a basement is all too common. However, removing the standing water and knowing the best practices to deal with any standing water can help better protect your home from mold and other bacteria that may arise. Here are some of the best ways you can deal with standing water present in your home effectively and efficiently.


Landscape Management: A Guide To Landscape Pruning

Friday, October 1st, 2021
Landscape Management: A Guide To Landscape Pruning Atlantic Maintenance
Then, cut off traverse branches that knead together

As an aspect of land management, landscape pruning has to be timely, professionally done and should meet the intended purpose. Pruning is done on grass, shrubs, and trees. Well-trimmed plants appear attractive, healthy, and organized. 

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