Healthy Lawns Imitate Mother Nature

Healthy Lawns Imitate Mother Nature

Every fall Mother Nature’s grass plants reseed the earth as part of their natural rejuvenation cycle. Follow Mother Nature’s Lead The natural growth cycle of grass plants is to grow tall and form seed heads that are dropped every fall to reseed themselves...
Benefits of Planting Trees and Shrubs in the Fall

Benefits of Planting Trees and Shrubs in the Fall

When Should I Plant Trees and Shrubs? Traditionally, spring has been the popular time for planting new trees. Recovering from a mind-numbingly long winter and the absence of color in the landscape, we get excited when we see that big yellow ball in the sky in early...
How Much to Water New Grass Seed

How Much to Water New Grass Seed

How Often to Water Grass Seed The age-old question comes with an age-old answer – enough so it grows! Uncle knows that’s not very helpful, so here are a few tips for making sure you water your new seed enough to see excellent results. Water Frequently and Lightly The...
Syringing Turf During Extreme Heat

Syringing Turf During Extreme Heat

Did you know that grass plants sweat? Grass plants cool themselves by transpiring water through openings on their leaf surface. These tiny cells open and close, depending on the plant’s moisture level. In well-watered turf, heat energy from the leaves is used to...
5 Perfect Gifts for Mother’s Day

5 Perfect Gifts for Mother’s Day

Let’s face it, moms are the best. They gave us the gift of life, changed our diapers, raised us, and still love us no matter what. What better way to honor her than to give her some flowers? But if you’re not sure where to start, not to worry, Uncle’s got you covered!...
Green Grass Makes the World Go Round

Green Grass Makes the World Go Round

Bottled water at the gas station is more expensive than gasoline. So we buy water tanks, water filters, water jugs, and Waterpiks®. We get our water boiled, distilled, chlorinated, oxidized, and brewed. Home, health, and industry depend on clean water. But we overlook...