Five Steps To Successful Sod Installation

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If you have built a new home, you most likely will need a new lawn as well. While you could grow grass from seed, many people don’t want to wait to wait a couple of months or more to see an actual lawn. Plus, the seed must be kept perfectly moist the entire time; if it is too wet or too dry, it won’t grow. Sod, sometimes called turf, will basically give you an instant lawn.…

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Building A Home? Things To Ask Your Builder About That May Not Be Included

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If you are starting to get quotes to have a house built and you aren’t sure what all the quote includes, there are some things you want to pay attention to. There are some things that may seem like they would come standard in the house build, but they are actually left out, and you’ll have to arrange to have them done on your own. Here are some things you’ll want to ask about.…

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Understanding The Function Of Nitrogen In Your Garden Soil

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When it comes to growing a successful garden, one of the things you need to consider is the nitrogen content in the soil. Nitrogen is a key part of the successful growth of your garden. Without it, you’ll find that the plants brown and may not grow well. Before you plant, it’s in your best interest to have a soil test done so that you know the general nitrogen content. Then, you can supplement if necessary to protect your plants and ensure a thriving garden.…

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