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2018 Fall Lawn Tips

Leaves are falling and temperatures are cooling down at night. We had quite a bit of rain and lawns recovered nicely from the stress of summer. If you have done some seeding, keeping the leaves cleaned up will help the new seedlings come up. It's a good idea to get your leaves cleaned up [...]

2018 Fall Lawn Tips2018-11-01T16:57:11+00:00

2018 Summer Lawn Tips

We have seen record rainfalls and extreme periods of heat over the past couple months. Main issues we are seeing is areas stressed from heat, particularly in clay soils where the roots get very hot or don't drain well. Weed pressure is extremely high this year too, with the heavy rainfalls, pre-emergent protection is [...]

2018 Summer Lawn Tips2018-07-19T18:00:16+00:00

Spring is Here

I think we are all anxious to get out of the house and do some work in our lawns and landscape beds. Getting leaves and sticks cleaned from the winter will prevent matting of grass and look good too. Adding a fresh layer of mulch is an great way to make your landscape look [...]

Spring is Here2018-03-22T18:01:13+00:00

Fall Lawn Maintenance

Your lawn is recovering in the fall from summer stresses and is the time to prepare for a great lawn next year.  Heat, drought and insect damage have been, and continue to be a problem this year.  Watering remains important through the fall aid in that recovery.  Aerating, fertilizing, overseeding and topdressing are all [...]

Fall Lawn Maintenance2017-10-19T15:22:29+00:00

Summer Lawn Tips

It has been unusually hot this Summer, with very little rain. The majority of the insect damage I have seen on lawns is sod webworms. If you see little, tan moths when you are mowing flying out of the grass along with tan or brown spotting of grass, this would be webworm moth damage. [...]

Summer Lawn Tips2017-10-19T15:22:00+00:00

What a Mild Winter Means for Your Lawn

Seems like it's been three weeks since we last saw the sun.  It was a pretty boring winter, with little snow and mild temperatures.  The grass is starting to grow in areas that see the minimal sunlight we have received.  Soil temperatures are still in the upper 40's and when we do finally see [...]

What a Mild Winter Means for Your Lawn2017-04-04T16:59:46+00:00