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Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Get the jump on crabgrass
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It is that time of year once again. The snow has melted and the ground temperatures are beginning to warm. That means crabgrass germination is not far behind. Crabgrass germinates when our soil temps reach 55-60 degrees. That typically correlates to mid-April or right around the time the red bud trees are in bloom in Kansas.

 

That means the time is short for putting down a crabgrass barrier in order for it to be effective. We offer the crabgrass preventer as part of our fertilizer program and are currently out and about getting this application put down.

 

If you have questions regarding crabgrass prevention or need a quote for our fertilizer program, give Justin a call today! 785-539-1799 ext. 107

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Posted on 03/27/2019 4:36 PM by Justin Weller
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