Why Turn On Your Lawn?

Lawns are Oxygen super-producers! By removing carbon from the air, grass gives us plenty of Oxygen!

Calculate your lawn’s Oxygen production

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How much oxygen is your lawn producing?

A healthy lawn can produce a surprising amount of oxygen and is integral to our environment. This is a peek into what your lawn is doing. To make sure your lawn is working at it’s best, make sure to subscribe to our email list and get your free PDF Lawn Care guide.

Source for calculation: Maryland Turfgrass Survey (1996). An Economic Value Study. Institute of Applied Agriculture. University of Maryland, College Park.

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And that’s not all! Did you know that healthy grass is a truly awesome system that gives us so much more than just a gorgeous landscape?

A healthy, turned-on lawn is good for you, good for your family and good for our world. And the healthier the lawn, the greater the benefits. So, what does your grass need to really thrive? Same thing as any other living thing…

  • Water

    Water

    There is no life or growth without it. A lawn that thrives all season long will need sufficient, consistent moisture.

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    Food

    Grass cannot survive on water and sunshine alone. The soil needs to be rich in nutrients for the roots to access.

  • Insect

    Protection

    For a healthy lawn, choking weeds and damaging insects need to be kept at bay.

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    Care

    Consistent attention is one of the most important factors in producing a lush, dense bed of grass.

Sounds pretty easy, right? Then, why is it so difficult to keep your lawns soft, dense and green - and free of weeds and invading insects?

It helps to know the SCIENCE of lawn care!

  • Proper irrigation

    Plant varieties have differing water needs, which change throughout the season and from year to year. New grass has a different water need than mature grass. On top of it all, knowing the signs of improper watering, before it’s a big problem, is useful.

  • The right nutrients

    Grass grows best in rich, loamy soil with a pH of 6.5–7. Making sure all the right components are present means knowing the exact needs and how to most successfully supplement when something is missing.

  • Knowing your pests

    Whether the damaging problem is invasive plants or insects, lawns can quickly deteriorate if the pests are left untreated. When you understand their life cycles, habits, food preferences and vulnerabilities, you’re armed with the best defenses.

  • Knowing the right care

    The quality of care will determine how well the grass can absorb sunlight and convert that energy in to the sugars the plant needs to grow. With Turf Systems, the care is knowledgeable, responsive and consistent so that your lawn is able to thrive!

When you have the whole system working properly – rich soil, strong plants and the right care and irrigation – you get a beautiful, healthy lawn. It’s like the vibrancy is simply turned on!

At Turf Systems, we love to cultivate lush, turned-on lawns. It contributes to making happier people, more beautiful communities and a healthier environment!

Ready to hear more? Call us at 905.336.9500 or send a message.