Written by Mike Hamilton, CCA & President of Turf Dietitian Most likely, it has been a stressful summer on your lawn due to the unusual weather patterns this year. If your lawn has come through this summer in good condition, you should declare yourself or your lawn care company an expert. Most properties will have… Read More »
Written by Mike Hamilton, CCA & President of Turf Dietitian Why should homeowners consider soil testing? Soil testing is one of the many ways a homeowner can improve and maintain their lawn to keep it in prime condition. Mike Hamilton, the President of Turf Dietitian and previous golf course superintendent, considers soil testing the most… Read More »
Written by Tyler Sherwood, Accounts & Marketing Director Turf Dietitian, Inc. WE HEAR A LOT OF HOMEOWNERS CONCERN THEMSELVES WITH UNDER-WATERING THEIR LAWNS, YET 9 OUT OF 10 YARDS WE SERVICE EXPERIENCE ISSUES DUE TO OVERWATERING. WHEN SOILS BECOME OVERLY SATURATED, THEY CAN BECOME WATERLOGGED, DROWNING THE ROOT SYSTEM. MAKING YOUR LAWN MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO… Read More »
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Written by Mike Hamilton, CCA & President of Turf Dietitian Because of that century and a half old Liebig’s Law, we know that every nutrient is equally essential for plant health. However, some do more work than others when looking at nutrients’ functions. So, how important is phosphorous? Without phosphorous, there would be no life… Read More »
Written by Mike Hamilton, CCA & President of Turf Dietitian Manganese “Life as we know it would not be possible without me.” Manganese is a micronutrient taken into the plant in tiny quantities. Manganese never occurs in nature as a pure element and immediately combines with oxygen or other elements. Manganese is one of the… Read More »