C&C Lawn and Irrigation
Lawn Care Tips
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Lawn Care Tips for the Bryan and College Station Area
Properly timed mowings for the current season, at the correct mowing heights, with sharp blades, will ensure a healthy cut lawn every time.
Clay soil is very compacted in our area, and lawn core aeration yields the best results in our area if performed at least 2 times a year. Spring and fall are optimal times for aeration.
Instead of treating lawn problems, be proactive. A good fertilizer, pest, and weed program designed for your specific grass type will go a long way in preventing lawn problems.
Lawn maintenance should follow a year-long schedule, with applications and procedures performed at specific times during the year.
If you plan a landscape project correctly, the installation will go much smoother.
Plants and trees best suited for this area should be incorporated into any landscape.
Shade, sun, watering, maintenance, and soil condition all play a part in how healthy or unhealthy your landscape will become after installation.
Knowing what materials and plants work best for your area is key to a healthy landscape.
In our area, setting the system controller one time a year is not sufficient in proper irrigation management. For best results, we set controllers 9 times a year for our quick changing climate.
Mowers and maintenance equipment will not damage heads and other components in a sprinkler system if they are installed correctly.
Once irrigation is installed, regular maintenance will be required to keep the system in working order. Have the irrigation system checked once a month, or at least 9 times a year.
For optimum performance of your irrigation program, older systems should be updated with newer controllers, sensors, heads, and valves.
A proper lawn maintenance program will yield a weed-free and healthy lawn.
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