Denver, CO – – – With warmer weather, more people are interested in getting out in their yards and sprucing up their properties. For many it’s simply a chance to get outside. However, educated homeowners know that the work they
Denver, CO – – – Water conservation is an important priority to the members of the Rocky Mountain Sod Growers (RMSG). RMSG members want to ensure that the public understands actual water requirements for grass, that they choose the right
DENVER – Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has proclaimed July as “Smart Irrigtation Month”. The proclamation is in efforts to increase public awareness about saving water by using advanced irrigation technology. Ed Markham, President of the Rocky Mountain Sod Growers (RMSG)
While recent storms have provided much needed moisture to Colorado, water conservation continues o be a priority. Predicting what will happen from year to year is very difficult for sod farmers. Weather and water availability are significant factors in our
Denver, CO – – – Ed Markham, President of the Rocky Mountain Sod Growers (RMSG), recently announced the association’s support of Governor Hickenlooper’s Proclamation declaring July as Smart Irrigation Month. “With this proclamation, Colorado is recognizing for the second year
I get a lot of (mostly) good lawn questions. No big surprise there. More surprising (OK, annoying!) is how many gardening myth questions my Extension colleagues and I get – to include the use of magical, restorative tonics and elixirs
Learn about Kentucky Bluegrass from Colorado State University. This presentation is from the Pro-
Green Expo, 24 January 2008 by Tony Koski, Extension Turf Specialist.
Proper lawn care requires regular mowing and produces large quantities of heavy grass clippings. Disposal
is inconvenient and expensive and takes up space in landlls…..