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What Is Spoon Feeding a Lawn?

Spoon Feeding Kelp4Less Extreme Blend 1 Tablespoon per 1,000 ft2 every week, or biweekly Spoon Feeding Milorganite Approximately 4 lbs. of Milorganite per 1,000 ft2 to deliver ~1/4 lbs. of Nitrogen per 1,000 ft2 every 10-14 days Questions about how much Nitrogen is in your fertilizer? Use our free online nitrogen calculator.    Spoon feeding your lawn … Read moreWhat Is Spoon Feeding a Lawn?

How To Overseed A Lawn – A Cool Season Lawn Guide

Introducing new grass to your lawn every year will keep your turf looking thick, green and healthy. Whether some grasses die off during the stressful summer months. Bare spots can occur from insect damage. Lawn mower wheels may have gauged some areas. No matter what, overseeding your lawn – even hand spot-seeding – is always … Read moreHow To Overseed A Lawn – A Cool Season Lawn Guide

Jonathan Green Black Beauty vs GCI TTTF Grass Seed Review

For reference, the grass seeds mentioned throughout this review will be referred to: GCI TTTF Jonathan Green BB To have it be a more apples-to-apples comparison, this review is comparing Jonathan Green Black Beauty Original (BB) grass seed versus GCI Premium Turf Type blend (TTTF). Jonathan Green’s Black Beauty is a blend of 3 tall … Read moreJonathan Green Black Beauty vs GCI TTTF Grass Seed Review

Kelp4Less Extreme Blend & Humic Acid Review

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I’m always on the lookout for the next best thing to try in my lawn. There’s been lots of buzz about the N-Ext line of products, which include RGS Bio-Stimulant, Micro Greene 0-0-2, and Green Punch 18-0-1. I was willing to give these a shot until some guys in a New England Lawn Care group … Read moreKelp4Less Extreme Blend & Humic Acid Review

June Lawn Care Schedule, Maintenance Tips & Fertilizer Recommendations

Spring is here and in full effect! By now your lawns should be green, thickening up, and taking off – especially with all of the rain we’ve had in April. This how-to lawn care calendar is a month-to-month guide for cool season grasses – particularly Massachusetts and Zone 6 that have grasses like Turf Type Tall Fescue and Perennial Ryegrass. Following LawnPhix’s monthly lawn care guide will help you kickstart your turf health, vigor, and color this spring, and set your lawn up for success this growing season.