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Joan from New Brighton says:

05/02/11 06:10 PM

I have used Guaranteed since the early 90's and I have enjoyed watching there company grow without compromising the service they have provided to us! we love supporting our local companies

 

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Refer a Neighbor... or a Friend

Receive one free Fertilizer and Weed control application on your next service when you refer a neighbor or a friend to Guaranteed Turf Care and they sign up for our Nature Green or Weekender Mowing program.

How to Renovate Damaged or Diseased Turfgrass
Soil Preparation
Soil preparation is the most important aspect of establishing a new lawn. The soil requires a good structure, high-quality organic matter and the nutrients required to ensure the lawn grows quickly with a dense coverage. Soil preparation is hard work, but when done properly it saves time on fixing problems endemic with an unhealthy turf.
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All About Midwestern Seeding Cultivars
There are many different types of grass seed and choosing the proper one is important. However it can get kind of confusing to someone without proper knowledge of the different cultivars. Here is a run down of the three most common cultivars used in our area.
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Controlling Quackgrass in Spring or Early Summer
Quackgrass is a cool season, perennial grassy weed. Quackgrass breaks dormancy at the same time as our normal turf does in the spring. Quackgrass is often mistaken as Crabgrass but remember if you see this grassy weed in the spring or early summer it is definitely Quackgrass. Quackgrass is very hard to control oreradicate for several reasons. As with any weed your best offense is to have a healthy, dense turf. 
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The Difference Between Synthetic and Organic Fertilizer
A chemical fertilizer is any inorganic material of fully or partially synthetic origin that is added to the soil to sustain plant growth. Chemical fertilizers are produced synthetically from inorganic materials. Most importantly they are rich in the three essential nutrients needed for plant growth. Some examples of chemical fertilizers are ammonium sulphate, ammonium phosphate, ammonium nitrate, urea, and ammonium chloride. 
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Three Major Elements in Fertilizers Today
In the next several paragraphs I will be discussing basic knowledge of the three major elements in fertilizers today.
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