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If you seeded this fall, your new grass should be sprouting and growing by now. The next step is to take care of it.

Find expert tips on strengthening your lawn through fertilization, here: http://bit.ly/2wM2yr3
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Atta-Boys!

For Jacob, "I was very pleased that Jacob was about to fix the problem so quickly! He was very professional and friendly." -Annette C.

For Jason and Michael, "We 'inherited' Heritage Irrigation services, as that is the company that the previous owners of our home used for the sprinkler system. After being impressed with their customer service and pricing, we decided to add on their lawn care services, too. We have used them now for over 7 years, and are very happy with our experience. Their lawn and sprinkler technicians are always super friendly and willing to go the extra mile for their customers. We have recommended them to neighbors who have also been happy with their results. Thankful that they service lawns north of the river and plan to have them continue maintaining our lawn and sprinkler system for years to come!" - Melissa S.

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This is NOT what you want to find in your backyard this winter. Learn how to prevent sprinkler system and backflow damage, here: http://bit.ly/2xwwBHe
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Seeding is a crucial time of year to correct problems that can't be addressed in the spring. The fall is the perfect time to get ahead on creating the lawn that will make you proud next year.

But, have you thought about how you will maintain your lawn throughout the year? Learn the benefits of having a Heritage Lawn Coach on your team, here: http://bit.ly/2xyYIVL
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As much as we love our pets, they have their trouble making moments. Has Fido caused damage to your yard this year? If the answer is yes:

Rebuild your lawn this fall by seeding (Click to learn more): http://bit.ly/2w6DEVZ

Then keep it strong with an effective maintenance program (Click to learn more): http://bit.ly/2xyYIVL

A thick, healthy lawn is not only nicer to look at, it is better for playing fetch!
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We could send you a boring newsletter, but instead, we want to send you The Lawn Coach Minute.

This is a quick, easy to read email that is sent out twice a month packed with fun ideas! Learn more, here: http://bit.ly/2hwCUQa
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Tech Tuesday: When is it too late to aerate?  

This question was asked of me this week so I thought I would pass it along to everyone.  Let’s start with what aeration is.  The purpose of aeration is to reduce thatch and compaction in the lawn.  It does this by punching holes in the lawn and pulling the cores of soil back out and dropping them on top.  The air space created by the core removal allows the soil to expand and reduce compaction.  While the core itself is dropped on the surface and filters back into the thatch layer.  This core adds microbes to the thatch layer and aids in decomposition.  All of this benefits root growth for the turf helping with heat and drought hardiness.  Strong root = strong plant.  

We can aerate the lawn anytime the turf isn’t under stress.  Which usually means spring and fall.  In Kansas City that mean we can aerate up until the first of May in the spring and the first of November in the fall.  This will allow enough time for the holes in the ground to close back up before we get too hot or too cold.  We don’t want the roots exposed to the air when we get into the extreme hot or cold.  So the answer to the question in calendar terms is the first of May for spring aero and the first of November for fall aero.  

Learn more about why aeration is important, here: http://bit.ly/2uFRH4x
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Is your lawn in enjoyable condition this Labor Day or does it need some work?

If it's in need of work, NOW is the time to act. Seeding season has begun. Learn about Heritage's seeding services, here: http://bit.ly/2bvIDFC
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Step 9: Don’t let your lawn grow out of control. Tame your tall grass with these new grass mowing tips: http://hubs.ly/H08mKN30
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Step 8: It’s time to water your new lawn. Unsure of how? No problem! View our tips for watering new seed here: http://hubs.ly/H08mLlt0
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