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Lower Maintenance Yards in Michigan

Posted on March 12, 2019

Lower Maintenance Lawns Does the amount of time that you take planning, caring for and thinking about your lawn cause you to turn a little green? You’re in luck! At Fit Turf, we have some [..]

How to Winterize Your Sprinkler System in Colorado

Posted on February 19, 2019

Think that your sprinkler system will be OK with no end-of-season maintenance? Think again. Experts recommend that Colorado homeowners have a blowout performed on their sprinkler systems in order [..]

Leave the Leaves for a Healthier Lawn - Fit Turf

Posted on February 6, 2019

A Yearly Autumn Ritual Each autumn, homeowners across the country find themselves armed with yard tools and rakes as soon as the leaves begin to fall. They furiously rake the fallen leaves into [..]

Winterkill of Turfgrass in Michigan

Posted on January 30, 2019

Michigan Turfgrass Winterkill You’ve done everything you need to do throughout the year to keep your lawn in the best shape you can. You’ve cared for it, fertilized it, trimmed it [..]

What Should I Put on My Lawn in Winter - Fit Turf

Posted on January 22, 2019

Your yard needs varying nutrients at certain times of the season. Its needs at the very end of the summer and into the fall are very different than the spring season. Cool-Season Needs Toward [..]

Learn How to Kill Moss in Grass - Fit Turf

Posted on January 4, 2019

How to Kill Moss in Grass Moss is the bane of many lawns in Michigan and Colorado, but it's not actually the moss that's making your lawn unhealthy. Killing the moss isn't enough. You need to [..]

Prevent Colo. Baler Fires in Dry Conditions

Posted on January 4, 2019

The Prevention of Colorado Baler Fires If you’ve been in agriculture long enough, you are guaranteed to have heard horror stories about baler fires. In the blink of an eye, an overheated [..]

How to Prepare your Michigan Yard for Winter - Fit Turf

Posted on December 12, 2018

As the leaves begin to turn and fall, it is time how to prepare your cool-season grasses for the bitter cold of the brutal Michigan winter. A little preparation now will help encourage deep root [..]

Are Fallen Leaves Bad for Grass? - Fit Turf

Posted on December 5, 2018

Are Fallen Leaves Bad for Grass? Don't forget to rake the lawn! If you've lived in Denver and its surrounding cities for at least one fall season, then you've heard this plenty of times. But [..]

How to Get Your CO Yard Ready for Winter - Fit Turf

Posted on November 21, 2018

Summer 2018 was fleeting, wasn’t it? The long days of June, July and August quickly ushered us into the shorter days of September and October. We are now gearing up for crackling warm fires, [..]

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