"We are very pleased with the way our lawn looks since switching to One Step. Thank you!"

Peter, Rochester

"A turf area just 50-feet by 50-feet absorbs carbon dioxide, ozone, hydrogen fluoride and perosyacetyle nitrate and releases enough oxygen to meet the needs of a family of four. The grass and trees along the U.S. Interstate highway system release enough oxygen to support 22 million people."




Frost Seeding

Frost seeding is the newest and most effective way of establishing turf in the spring time of the year. The spring time ranks as second only to fall as the most ideal time to establish turf. Ideally, frost seeding should be done anytime from late February to late March. 

1)  Broadcast the seed either by hand or with a spreader over the bare frozen ground. 

  • As the frost begins to leave the ground, the soil surface expands and contracts in order to allow the moisture to escape. This produces a honeycombing effect with tiny openings being created in the soil surface. It is through these openings that the seed is able to work its way down into the soil to begin germination. As the soil temperature rises, combined with spring moisture the seed is present and ready to begin growing.

2) Once the seed has germinated, it is important to begin watering as needed.

  • On new grasses, we recommend enough water to keep the surface of the ground damp. This should continue until the new grass has been mowed 3-4 times. Then water as needed, the same way you normally do with your established turf areas.