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Stump grinding is a process that requires planning at all stages, and, generally speaking, whenever problems do arise, it is often due to fundamental misunderstandings regarding the mechanics of the stump grinding process.
Over watering can damage plants as much as under watering. Finding a moisture balance will assure better plant health. Please review our recommended watering guidelines to know how much and how frequently you need to water.
Watering the new grass seed or sod is the single most important factor in having successful germination and establishment for your new lawn. Please follow these watering instructions or contact us for more information.
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