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How does the biological method work? Most people have a Stage I or Stage II Lawn. You want a Stage III or a Stage IV lawn that has improved thatch levels, 6.5 pH, 3% or better organic content, high soil porosity, high water carrying capacity, natural aeration and...
The die is cast…almost.

The die is cast…almost.

In a previous blog https://www.springslawns.com/september-is-important/ I mentioned that September is the MOST important month out of the entire year as it sets the stage for the next spring. The reason for this is because the next month, October is typically the...

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Blue light special failure, less is more

Blue light special failure, less is more

Have you ever bought something like a tool or a kitchen appliance or something of the like that you were going to use to get something else done? You had a choice to get something that you know was a quality product but you bought the cheaper one because it was crazy...

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Don’t go there just yet!

Don’t go there just yet!

In 1983 the band Def Leppard released their album Pyromania. The First track on the LP (you know vinyl) was Rock Rock (Till you drop). This music typified what I was listening to in the 80's. This has absolutely nothing to do with a landscape but I can segway into a...

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Where do we go from here? What now?

Where do we go from here? What now?

In our journey towards a better method of making lawns look awesome we have identified some keys points that are inherent with our system and what they do for our customers. These discoveries are based on the premises of these factors: We have poor soils that are...

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Soil Hydration

Soil Hydration

One of the biggest challenges we face here on the Front Range is the routine failure to water during the winter. The cold weather throws people off into thinking that the landscapes don't need water during the periods of the year when things are not growing but that...

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Observe the Masses and do the Opposite

Observe the Masses and do the Opposite

J. Paul Getty, America's first billionaire was quoted as saying, "Observe the masses and do the opposite". He was referring to conventional wisdom and how it can be a distraction from the truth. What makes its deceiving is that the masses are all doing the same thing...

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What did we learn this year?

What did we learn this year?

As you might have picked up from our blogs, we went to a biological system this year dropping the synthetic model. After much struggle through the years, hanging on has paid off The soils are better, the grass is looking better and our customers are happier. Biology...

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OK Now What?

OK Now What?

If you have been following, we are trying to build a community here to help people out of a lawn rut that they have been engaged with, exiting an old system and adopting a new one. This new system is the biological one. We are teaching our customers how to reestablish...

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Now is the Time for a Better Strategy, Act Now

Now is the Time for a Better Strategy, Act Now

We are close to perfecting the process of having the ultimate lawn. It involves Biology, True Irrigation Automation and Automated Robotic Mowing. These are the forces that are going to take out the stress and hardship of maintaining a lawn. In the past people had to...

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9 Steps to Landscape Freedom

9 Steps to Landscape Freedom

Welcome to 2023, a new year and a fresh opportunity to make changes and drive innovation and improvement. We are certainly excited to enter this year with a more developed program with lessons learned from last year and the implementation of new technologies that will...

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Snowpack, current totals

Snowpack, current totals

As you can see from the picture that is attached, we are not doing bad but we have a far way to go with the snowpack. This snowpack in the mountains is where we on the front range get our water. It is still a little dry in El Paso County but the recent snowfall is...

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A New Year Another Opportunity

A New Year Another Opportunity

2023 is here! I hope that 2022 was a good year for you. 2023 holds some very exciting opportunities for us as we expand our soil regenerative and our robotic mowing programs. The last few years were a learning experience for us and we have finally found the missing...

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