Established in 1985, Lawn Tech has prided itself in customer service and professionalism. Helping consumers create a healthly lawn by regular fertilization and weed control. Employees dedicated to helping each and every customer establish a beautiful lawn at an affordable price. Offering only five treatments since our start, we offer a complete treatment without splitting up services to offer the customer value for the money.
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and Watering Restrictions?
Now we can level the playing field.
Cutting watering up to
Is an advanced, and environmentally-sound chemistry which reduces your watering requirements by up to 50% or more. Forming a thin persistent film on roots surfaces it attracts available moisture, like tiny water magnets, giving plants an important ally in the year-round drought cycle.
Moisture Manager captures and retains water vapor coming in contact with the roots forming countless reservoirs that will prove vital to plant survival when moisture levels drop out of reach of the root zone. This helps to prolong a plants healthy internal processes and reduces or even eliminates drought stresses that lead to disease and pest.
Persisting through multiple waterings, the cycle of vapor capture and droplet formation repeats, ensuring that your turf and plants have a vital an uninterrupted supply of moisture. The film also travels with roots as they grow. As plants respond to changing moisture levels, they will benefit form Moisture Managers lasting effects.
Summer's here and its hot, Texans are used to this weather, right? Not necessarily. Over the last three years we have broken records each of those three years, the most recent being the hottest, driest months on record. Yes, I suppose in this region North Texan's are more apt to handle hot weather than say our northern neighbors, yet as we look at temperatures for the last century, we find we have been hotter consistently and below average rainfall. So if temperatures are high as usual without any rainfall, drought conditions magnify turf problems, without water your investment is wasted. Bermuda for example does have some drought tolerances, consequently, just like the any living plant, Bermuda needs a certain amount of water to stay healthy. The University of Texas A&M experts in regional turf grasses, have some surprising prescriptions for regional turf grass irrigation recommendations, a suggestion far less than one would expect. 1 to 1.5 inches per week, with longer periods of slow watering the better. The pro's who study turf grass management have done their field work, analyzed the data, to formulate suggested weekly watering tables for regional turf grasses, both Bermuda and St. Augustine require only one to two inches weekly to be healthy. Which is a surprisingly low amount, given the time it takes to apply. With this prescription a homeowner can breathe a sigh of relief in times of drought and forced water restrictions. Your irrigation system should be in proper working order, insuring the heads are functioning properly, however, only needing one to two inches weekly should be an easy chore, assuming your system is working as intended. In this time of what seems to be a pattern of drought we're stuck in, take the time to have your system audited, fixed and maintained. Follow the weekly rule of one to two inches per week and your investment should be fine. Rain will eventually fall again, but until it does, you can be comforted in knowing under restrictions you can still have a beautiful lawn. Check out Lawn Tech's answer to watering restrictions, a product called "Moisture Manager" a unique bio-degradable substance which helps maximize your yards water consumption. Visit our website at: www.lawntech.com to read more or call us at 972-346-2696for more information.