Lawn Geek: Tips and Tricks for the Ultimate Turf From the Guru of Grass
Bow down to the “Sultan of Sod” (USA Today)—and achieve the lawn of your greenest dreams.
Dubbed the “Lawn Geek” by USA Today, turf scientist Trey Rogers explains how to master the well-manicured look in all climates, from basic site preparation to mowing, fertilizing, irrigating, and of course, safe and effective pest management.
Whether you’re faced with your first yard or are a long-time mower, you’ll find the Lawn Geek’s enthusiastic and humorous advice perfect for weeding out your deep-rooted fears and insecurities. Rogers will have you looking forward to spring—and a lush lawn that will become the envy of your neighbors.
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Turf scientist Trey Rogers-a genuine doctor of agronomy-gives homeowners the knowledge they need to outshine their neighbors in this educational and entertaining lawn care overview. Rogers starts with ... Read full review
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