Did you know that taking proper care of your lawn in the spring can strengthen it to thrive throughout the rest of the year? We're sharing insights from our years of experience to help you reach your goals this growing season!
The warm summer weather invites us all to enjoy more and more time outdoors with friends and family! From backyard bbqs to playing outside with your kids all day, your yard is the best place to make memories with friends and family. Need help keeping up a lush, healthy lawn that can withstand harsh summer conditions all season long? See our insider tips here!
With colors changing and leaves falling, the fall is the perfect time to prepare your lawn to endure nearing winter conditions. From basic lawn care to seasonal clean-up projects around the house, we’ll help you keep your lawn and home looking great. See our fall blogs!
While your lawn may not need as much care during the winter months, it will require some attention to stay healthy. Find tips on what to do before the first frost, how to protect your grass and soil, and what you can do to ensure your lawn comes back in the spring. See our winter blogs!
Achieving a lush, green lawn all starts by focusing on your lawn’s soil health. If your grass is struggling, we’re here to help you dig a little..
As a farmer, you know the value in planting quality native seed, but what about the environmental impacts of invasive seed species on your land?
Planting a quality, natural grass seed in your lawn offers a list of beneficial environmental impacts that stretches far beyond your home. At Curtis..
When it comes to maintaining a healthy, robust lawn year-round, fall fertilizing is one of the best-kept secrets among experienced homeowners.
At the end of a growing season or in the fall before the cold weather arrives, farmers will often plant cover crops to protect and prepare soil for..
As we approach the new season, it's a great time to refresh on proper lawn care and the best grass seed to prepare your lawn for fall. Providing..
Triticale is a cool-season forage popular among farmers, particularly dairy and beef farmers. Until recently, this hybrid variety has been..
Cover crops are an excellent option for farmers looking to increase forage and enrich soil with nutrients and organic matter.