Lawn and landscape care in Owatonna MN

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Lawn and landscape care in Owatonna MN

lawn and landscape care in Owatonna mn

Everybody loves having a lush, vibrant yard to enjoy, it can provide a space for family fun and makes for a beautiful backdrop enhancing your home, but did you know that having a healthy lawn also benefits our environment? Having a healthy lawn is an important part of both preserving and protecting soil, air, and water.

Importance Of Having A Healthy Lawn
A healthy lawn that is full of grass provides the most effective groundcover to prevent erosion, and it increases the infiltration of water into the soil. A dense lawn significantly slows down runoff, this reduces the capacity to carry sediment or other soil matter, reducing the erosive effect of fast-moving water.

Turfgrass has a root system that is high in soil microorganism activity. When soil contaminants come in contact with this root system, these contaminants are readily degraded and broken down, therefore there is less opportunity for these materials to reach and affect groundwater.

Benefits Of Shade-Filled Areas
Having a yard with a healthy lawn, trees, and shrubs can also help regulate summer air temperatures. Shading and evapotranspiration can reduce air temps from 7-14 degrees which can directly result in lowering your air conditioning costs.

We value our summer months since we know that the time will pass by way too fast. However, this season is a great time to get outside and enjoy the beauty that nature has to offer. Maintaining a healthy yard at your home offers more than a beautiful place to relax, but also helps make the world a better place to live!

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