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Skilled lawn care technicians. #1 Customer service. Fully bonded and insured.
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Our top-of-the-line commercial grade lawn mowers and experienced team members work diligently to ensure turf areas exhibit appropriate mowing lines, prevent ruts in the turf and remain lush for the entire season.  From residential lawn care to corporate grounds maintenance, All Green Lawn Care keeps your outside areas looking as impressive as the inside.  We strive to keep your property in great shape throughout the year. 5 Steps to a Perfect Lawn: 1.  Hire All Green Lawn Care!!! 2.  The right mowing height. We get the mowing height right for the right time of yearThere's a lot more to mowing than just cutting the grass every Saturday.  One of the most fundamental steps to a perfect lawn is getting the mowing height right for your type of lawn and for a particular season. Most grasses can survive with a length of 2" - 3".  This applies for spring and early fall.  In the summer, if possible, we like to set it a little higher.  Never go below the minimum recommended height except for the last mowing of the season which should be around 1.5" for most turf grasses. There are exceptions to this, but we’ll let you know if that is the case. Mowing height is important because the length of that grass blade is the part that absorbs sunshine which the grass blade then miraculously converts into food! Imagine if you were a blade of grass and got hungry, all you had to do was stand outside and soak up some rays!
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3.  Use a sharp blade and a great lawn mower. We use the sharpest blades in the industry on the some of the best mowers in the industry.  A dull blade tears at the grass.  Take a close look at a grass blade a few days after mowing. If the blade is dull you'll notice a jagged brown line across the tip of the cut grass.  This is a good indication that the blade needs sharpening.  The jagged edges caused by a dull mower blade make it more difficult for the grass to fight off pests and disease.
4.  Proper Irrigation Our irrigation systems and technicians are the best in the industry.  It’s a delicate balance between over watering and under watering your lawn. Most grasses here at Lake of the Ozarks require 1" - 1.5" of water per week.  This is enough water to moisten the soil to 4" - 6" below the surface for the clay soils which are prevalent here.  Don't guess at how much water your lawn is getting let us handle it for you. 5. Make sure your lawn is getting a regular, balanced diet. Don't over-fertilize your lawn with too much of a good thing.  Having a professional applicator can be the difference in your lawn thriving or looking like it’s on its last leg. The proper fertilization program for each season of the year is critical.  These applications are best left for the professionals.   If your doing it yourself make sure to have balanced fertilizer applications 4x’s a year: spring, summer, early fall and after the first frost for cool season grasses.  If you're in drought conditions, skip the summer application.  Never skip the fall application. It’s important to use lawn products by following label instructions.  Get the best results by following the directions.  Over application will not improve performance.  As mentioned above, fertilizers are processed through their interaction with tiny microbes before they can be used.  Over-applying fertilizers can create unfavorable conditions for those microbes, even killing them.  When that happens, the soil becomes sterile and the grass won't grow.  
Lawn Care
Our top-of-the-line commercial grade lawn mowers and experienced team members work diligently to ensure turf areas exhibit appropriate mowing lines, prevent ruts in the turf and remain lush for the entire season. From residential lawn care to corporate grounds maintenance, All Green Lawn Care keeps your outside areas looking as impressive as the inside.  We strive to keep your property in great shape throughout the year. 5 Steps to a Perfect Lawn: 1.  Hire All Green Lawn Care!!! 2.  The right mowing height. We get the mowing height right for the right time of yearThere's a lot more to mowing than just cutting the grass every Saturday. One of the most fundamental steps to a perfect lawn is getting the mowing height right for your type of lawn and for a particular season. Most grasses can survive with a length of 2" - 3".  This applies for spring and early fall. In the summer, if possible, we like to set it a little higher.  Never go below the minimum recommended height except for the last mowing of the season which should be around 1.5" for most turf grasses.  There are exceptions to this, but we’ll let you know if that is the case. Mowing height is important because the length of that grass blade is the part that absorbs sunshine which the grass blade then miraculously converts into food! Imagine if you were a blade of grass and got hungry, all you had to do was stand outside and soak up some rays!
3.  Use a sharp blade and a great lawn mower. We use the sharpest blades in the industry on the some of the best mowers in the industry. A dull blade tears at the grass.  Take a close look at a grass blade a few days after mowing. If the blade is dull you'll notice a jagged brown line across the tip of the cut grass.  This is a good indication that the blade needs sharpening.  The jagged edges caused by a dull mower blade make it more difficult for the grass to fight off pests and disease.
4.  Proper Irrigation Our irrigation systems and technicians are the best in the industry.  It’s a delicate balance between over watering and under watering your lawn.  Most grasses here at Lake of the Ozarks require 1" - 1.5" of water per week. This is enough water to moisten the soil to 4" - 6" below the surface for the clay soils which are prevalent here.  Don't guess at how much water your lawn is getting let us handle it for you. 5. Make sure your lawn is getting a regular, balanced diet. Don't over-fertilize your lawn with too much of a good thing.  Having a professional applicator can be the difference in your lawn thriving or looking like it’s on its last leg. The proper fertilization program for each season of the year is critical.  These applications are best left for the professionals.   If your doing it yourself make sure to have balanced fertilizer applications 4x’s a year: spring, summer, early fall and after the first frost for cool season grasses. If you're in drought conditions, skip the summer application.  Never skip the fall application. It’s important to use lawn products by following label instructions.  Get the best results by following the directions.  Over application will not improve performance.  As mentioned above, fertilizers are processed through their interaction with tiny microbes before they can be used.  Over-applying fertilizers can create unfavorable conditions for those microbes, even killing them.  When that happens, the soil becomes sterile and the grass won't grow.  
Skilled lawn care technicians. #1 Customer service. Fully bonded and insured.
Copyright © 2016 – All rights Reserved | All Green Lawn Care
Our top-of-the-line commercial grade lawn mowers and experienced team members work diligently to ensure turf areas exhibit appropriate mowing lines, prevent ruts in the turf and remain lush for the entire season.  From residential lawn care to corporate grounds maintenance, All Green Lawn Care keeps your outside areas looking as impressive as the inside.  We strive to keep your property in great shape throughout the year. 5 Steps to a Perfect Lawn: 1.  Hire All Green Lawn Care!!! 2.  The right mowing height. We get the mowing height right for the right time of yearThere's a lot more to mowing than just cutting the grass every Saturday.  One of the most fundamental steps to a perfect lawn is getting the mowing height right for your type of lawn and for a particular season. Most grasses can survive with a length of 2" - 3".  This applies for spring and early fall.  In the summer, if possible, we like to set it a little higher.  Never go below the minimum recommended height except for the last mowing of the season which should be around 1.5" for most turf grasses. There are exceptions to this, but we’ll let you know if that is the case. Mowing height is important because the length of that grass blade is the part that absorbs sunshine which the grass blade then miraculously converts into food! Imagine if you were a blade of grass and got hungry, all you had to do was stand outside and soak up some rays!
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3.  Use a sharp blade and a great lawn mower. We use the sharpest blades in the industry on the some of the best mowers in the industry.  A dull blade tears at the grass.  Take a close look at a grass blade a few days after mowing. If the blade is dull you'll notice a jagged brown line across the tip of the cut grass.  This is a good indication that the blade needs sharpening.  The jagged edges caused by a dull mower blade make it more difficult for the grass to fight off pests and disease.
4.  Proper Irrigation Our irrigation systems and technicians are the best in the industry.  It’s a delicate balance between over watering and under watering your lawn. Most grasses here at Lake of the Ozarks require 1" - 1.5" of water per week.  This is enough water to moisten the soil to 4" - 6" below the surface for the clay soils which are prevalent here.  Don't guess at how much water your lawn is getting let us handle it for you. 5. Make sure your lawn is getting a regular, balanced diet. Don't over-fertilize your lawn with too much of a good thing.  Having a professional applicator can be the difference in your lawn thriving or looking like it’s on its last leg. The proper fertilization program for each season of the year is critical.  These applications are best left for the professionals.   If your doing it yourself make sure to have balanced fertilizer applications 4x’s a year: spring, summer, early fall and after the first frost for cool season grasses.  If you're in drought conditions, skip the summer application.  Never skip the fall application. It’s important to use lawn products by following label instructions.  Get the best results by following the directions.  Over application will not improve performance.  As mentioned above, fertilizers are processed through their interaction with tiny microbes before they can be used.  Over-applying fertilizers can create unfavorable conditions for those microbes, even killing them.  When that happens, the soil becomes sterile and the grass won't grow.  
Skilled lawn care technicians. #1 Customer service. Fully bonded and insured.
Copyright © 2016 – All rights Reserved | All Green Lawn Care
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