Coronavirus: Message to Our Customers

During this uncertain time, our customers’ health and well being is our highest priority. As we continue monitoring developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), rest assured, we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure our customers and employees are safe. As a note, we are running on normal business hours at this time. Should you have concerns regarding our services, we’re here to support you and offer flexibility to […]

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What to do about dog urine spots in your lawn

One of the best things about having a beautiful lawn is sharing it with your canine companion, so keeping up with the damage caused by dog urine is important.  Dog urine spots are a result of a high concentration of nitrogen and related salts.  It’s like putting too much fertilizer in a small spot of your lawn. You could water the specific area with a hose or watering can to […]

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What kind of grass is in my lawn?

What kind of grass is in my lawn? | Olympia & DuPont Lawn Care Company Most of the lawns in our area start out as a 3-way blend of Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) (PRG).  Perennial ryegrass is a cool season grass that thrives in our moist and cool climate.  PRG has a rapid germination rate and vigorous seedling growth.  It prefers full sun but will tolerate some shade.  It […]

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What is The Ideal Mowing Height? | DuPont and Olympia Lawn Care Company

Mowing heights can vary for different turf uses.  Closer mowing increases leaf density but creates shorter roots.  Taller mowing decreases leaf density but creates deeper roots.  Athletic fields and sports turf can require daily mowing to maintain the correct height of play.  Areas like undeveloped fields only require monthly mowing. We mow our lawns weekly March through October, bi-monthly in February and November and monthly in December and January. An […]

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