1. Lime and Your Lawn

    Applying lime to your turf will raise the pH in the soil. The lower the pH of soil, the greater the acidity. A small decline in pH can result in a large increase in soluble aluminium. This restricts access to water and nutrients. Nutrients such as calcium and magnesium strengthen the turf against heat, drought, and other environmental stresses. When a lawn has weeds or patchy spots, or is turning …Read More

  2. Nutrient Needs for Your McDonough Turf

    Are the nutrient needs for your McDonough turf being met?  Your turf needs more than carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and oxygen.  Fertile soil is crucial to obtain optimum growth and productivity.  For successful turf growth, there are three primary nutrients needed, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium.  These three essential nutrients are also known as macro-nutrients, macro meaning large, as they …Read More