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May. 05, 2022 / Devon Phillips

How to Keep Your Dog from Damaging the Lawn

Why does my dog’s pee kill my grass?  It is a common misconception that urine’s acid causes grass to turn yellow or brown. In fact, nitrogen and salt in pee are the primary culprits. When urine contacts grass, it draws moisture from the plant cells, creating a “burn” mark. Female dogs often do more harm to grass than male dogs
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Feb. 23, 2022 / Devon Phillips

February: Prevent Weeds Before They Start Growing

When is the right time to apply a pre-emergent weed killer to your lawn? Look for two signals coming directly from nature: a budding dogwood tree, or a flowering forsythia bush. These two things give us a signal. They show that the soil is the right temperature for weeds to begin sprouting beneath the soil. The rule of thumb is
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Oct. 06, 2021 / Devon Phillips

Fall Lawn Tips

Ah, fall. The start of school, football, and… shorter hours of sunlight. It’s always tough for us to adjust to those limited hours of sunlight as we come home from work and make dinner. But, the limited hours of sunlight affect our grass just as much — if not more so! Once we reach the point of less than 12 hours of sun in a day, this sends a signal to your warm-season sodded lawn to slow down its growth.
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Nov. 06, 2020 / Devon Phillips

3 Ways to Protect Sod From Frost

When a temporary frost sweeps across your lawn, there are potential side effects that could take place. Here in Georgia, we don’t have too much to worry about in terms of hard frost and snow. But, freezing temperatures can still cause stress to your turf grass if not handled properly. Most damage can be avoided if you are conscious of these best practices.
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Mar. 04, 2020 / Devon Phillips

How to Survive the Rainy Season

Many homeowners have seen front or back yards flooding, and many more yards are still soggy with standing water. What does all of this excess water mean for your beloved lawn? Well, it could make it more susceptible to disease, stress, or damage. To get you ahead of the curve, we’ve put together some of the most tried and true methods to make sure your lawn survives the rainy season.
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Feb. 25, 2020 / Emma Johnson

Soil Testing

Soil testing is a cheap and effective way to see if there is something you are missing. If you’ve fertilized, watered, and done all the right things, what could it be?
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Jan. 27, 2020 / Emma Johnson

Can You Lay Dormant Sod?

You may be surprised to learn that some of your yard projects can be done during the cold, dead of winter, such as laying new turf. Bermudagrass is a sturdy choice to be harvested and installed in your yard no matter what the season.
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Dec. 16, 2019 / Devon Phillips

See me rollin’…

It has been a great year at Legacy Turf Farms, and we want to thank you for your business. Legacy Turf Farms is bringing in the new Autostack Roll Harvester, called the Firefly R300 Automatix.  We are excited about what this new machine means for our business. The new harvester will produce mini-rolls, which most of you are already familiar
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