Since 2005, Pine Valley Turf has partnered with home and business owners to create innovative lawn care solutions. We value our customer relationships and make it our mission to consult and collaborate with our clients to ensure they have the answers they need to make informed decisions about their lawn and landscapes. We've compiled this customer library to help.
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This is probably the most frequently asked question we receive. While there’s no one-size-fits-all answer for everyone, grass typically needs one inch of water per week throughout the growing season.
The best way is to put a rain gauge, or household container, out in the yard to help gauge total accumulation.
Put a rain gauge, or household container, in the yard. Start running your sprinkler system and time how long it takes to get one inch of water.
Yes. We suggest allowing lawn to dry for approximately 2 hours.
Many people are surprised to learn that pulling weeds is not the answer. Pulling weeds out of your lawn can break the pre-emergent barrier and actually stimulate more weed growth. Additionally, many home and business owners realize (too late) that they’ve also pulled out healthy vegetation right along with the weeds. At Pine Valley Turf, we recommend utilizing a professional weed control spray solution over multiple applications to optimize results. Our team of specialists applies the right amount of herbicides directly to weeds in your yard, eliminating unwanted growth and helping your property thrive.
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No. We want to divide it up over 2-3 days, and over 2-3 cycles throughout the day.
Not the day you mow. Typically you would water the day after you mow.
Watering should start before the sun is up and be done by 8 am at the latest.
Many people wonder if it’s worth it to water after it rains. The answer depends on several factors, such as how much it rained as well as what type of rain it was. For an all day, soaking rain, you can probably hold off until next week. However, for a heavy, but short, rainfall that only lasted several minutes, most of it will probably circle the storm drain, making it critical to water your lawn still.