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Your Local Lawn Care Experts The Lawn Doctor difference starts with our unique, carefully pre-planned approach to lawn care services. When you choose Lawn Doctor for your lawn’s care and maintenance, your services will be carefully customized for your lawn’s exact mixture of grass types and any other conditions that might affect your lawn’s health or appearance. Our local offices also bring experience and expertise about your area’s climate and growing conditions to your service plan. This way, you’ll achieve a greener, healthier lawn, no matter your location. Beautify Your Lawn with Lawn Doctor Turf Care With Lawn Doctor as your lawn care provider, you’ll have everything you need to give your lawn strong roots, thick growth, and vibrant color. Our turf care services work to ensure your lawn receives all the vital nutrients it needs, and include the use of our proprietary Turf Tamer® lawn care equipment. We help homeowners achieve healthier, more attractive lawns through turf care services like fertilization, core aeration, power seeding, and soil pH correction. Take Back Your Lawn with Lawn Doctor Weed & Pest Control With our weed control and pest control services, you’ll be able to protect your lawn against invasive plants and insects that can make your lawn a less enjoyable and less attractive space. Our weed control services eliminate everything from crab grass to dandelions and include pre-emergent weed control to stop new weeds before they start. Our pest treatment programs include Yard Armour® mosquito and tick control and perimeter pest control to rid your yard of common pests. The Lawn Doctor Guarantee At Lawn Doctor, we’ve worked hard to bring the very best in lawn care to American families. Countless families have already fallen in love with our services, and we’re confident you will too. That’s why we offer the Lawn Doctor Guarantee*. If one of our service treatments leaves you less than 100% satisfied, we’ll make it right.* Contact Our Lawn Care Experts Today Ready for a greener, more enjoyable lawn? Call today for a free lawn care estimate. Each of our lawn care service experts start to understand the needs of each customer with a comprehensive FREE Lawn Evaluation of his or her landscape or yard. Once we have determined your lawn’s problems, we figure out the ideal solution for you, from a single lawn treatment to ongoing yard maintenance. Every landscape is different, so we will customize a lawn solution to address your lawn’s specific requirements.  Lawn Doctor’s advantage is our local professionals who know all about your area’s specific characteristics, from weather to soil types. Contact us for a FREE Lawn Evaluation or contact the Lawn Doctor in your area to learn more about our local yard services.lawn treatment 1The Lawn Doctor difference starts with our unique, carefully pre-planned approach to lawn care services. When you choose Lawn Doctor for your lawn’s care and maintenance, your services will be carefully customized for your lawn’s exact mixture of grass types and any other conditions that might affect your lawn’s health or appearance. Our local offices also bring experience and expertise about your area’s climate and growing conditions to your service plan. This way, you’ll achieve a greener, healthier lawn, no matter your location.lawn treatment 2Once we have determined your lawn’s problems, we figure out the ideal solution for you, from a single lawn treatment to ongoing yard maintenance. Every landscape is different, so we will customize a lawn solution to address your lawn’s specific requirements.  Lawn Doctor’s advantage is our local professionals who know all about your area’s specific characteristics, from weather to soil types.lawn treatment 3With Lawn Doctor as your lawn care provider, you’ll have everything you need to give your lawn strong roots, thick growth, and vibrant color. Our turf care services work to ensure your lawn receives all the vital nutrients it needs, and include the use of our proprietary Turf Tamer® lawn care equipment. We help homeowners achieve healthier, more attractive lawns through turf care services like fertilization, core aeration, power seeding, and soil pH correction.lawn treatment 4Can anyone recommend the necessary amount of time that I should be watering my lawn in Utah? Also, I have small “Bumps” all over my lawn. Could these be caused by some kind of animal? If so, how can I get rid of them. Also, I have some spots in my lawn that WILL NOT grow no matter how much I water or plant seeds etc. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.lawn treatment 5Reply Thomas November 10, 2011 at 8:44 pm I just had my yard aerated two days ago and the temperatures went from 70 to 45 degrees. Before I had the lawn aerated I raked up the leaves. Now since the lawn was aerated my neighbors leaves have blown over in my lawn. Is it two late in the season to plant grass seeds? If so, can I just spread the seeds directly on the leaves? Or would it be in my best interest to wait until early spring 2012?lawn treatment 6Reply Immaculate lands NJ March 8, 2013 at 3:46 pm Who ever aerated your lawn should have seeded it. If it was aerated by a Professional they should have seeded it. That’s what happens when you try to be cheap and think I can seed it myself. If they would have done it, your lawn would have been done already and you could be enjoying a nice lush lawn. It wouldn’t have costed you that much more.lawn treatment 7Reply Ray July 8, 2012 at 8:00 pm I have a one year old lawn and this summer the grass is very slow to grow. it is not brown but then again its not a deep green either. also there are hundreds of tiny mushrooms growing in the lawn. I have always heard that if you hav emushrooms you have a health lawn. Are there any thoughts or sugestions? Last fall the grass was a deep green and grew rapidly. We live in the Northwest and this has been an exceptionly wet spring and early summer. Thanks, Raylawn treatment 8Reply Austin March 31, 2013 at 8:41 pm Can anyone recommend the necessary amount of time that I should be watering my lawn in Utah? Also, I have small “Bumps” all over my lawn. Could these be caused by some kind of animal? If so, how can I get rid of them. Also, I have some spots in my lawn that WILL NOT grow no matter how much I water or plant seeds etc. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.lawn treatment 9Spring is the time of year when the sun is warm, the breeze is cool, and the steady hum of lawnmowers once again fills the air. American homeowners take a great deal of pride in their yards, spending about $6.4 billion a year on lawn care, according to the Professional Lawn Care Association of America . They buy seed, fertilizer, herbicide, lawnmowers, string trimmers, and other equipment in an effort to create the ideal lawn: a lush, green expanse of grass that feels cool between the toes.lawn treatment 10No question but rolling out a carpet of sod is the quickest way to a beautiful lawn. But sod can get expensive, especially if your lawn is going to cover a large area. The alternative is seeding the area yourself, either by hand or with a method called hydroseeding, which has recently become quite popular. Long used by farmers to sow large fields, hydroseeding solves one of the main problems of hand seeding: even dispersal of seeds. The grass seed — a mix of varieties blended for your climate and the type of use your lawn will get — is mixed into a pulp made from virgin wood fibers, fertilizer and binding agents.lawn treatment 11At Lawn Doctor, we’ve worked hard to bring the very best in lawn care to American families. Countless families have already fallen in love with our services, and we’re confident you will too. That’s why we offer the Lawn Doctor Guarantee*. If one of our service treatments leaves you less than 100% satisfied, we’ll make it right.*lawn treatment 12Having a green lawn is a mark of pride for many homeowners. A beautiful, lush, and natural-looking lawn becomes a big part of how they come to define “home.”lawn treatment 13So many times I come upon a lawn treated by either homeowner or another lawn company, to find visible signs of moss growing on the surface of the soil. As an FYI to readers anytime – ANY time you see moss, it is purely indicative of the pH being too acidic. The rule being, if moss can grow, usually grass cannot.lawn treatment 14Hi Scott, although many people think the pH level is wrong when you have moss growing in a lawn. The most common reason for moss growing is a shaded damp area. Without a constantly moist soil, moss will not grow no matter how hard you try. Increasing sunlight, thinning out trees or large shrubs above the moss area and letting the area dry out between watering will help the grass grow and keep down the moss. You will almost never see moss in a sunny area of the lawn no matter what the pH is.

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