Archive for September, 2011

For those with a home lawn in a flood plain or next to a waterway, removal of as much sediment and silt becomes job one.  Many will opt for a professional with equipment capable of moving large volumes of river sediment.  This is especially important to the homeowner as there is a high likelihood that...Read More
You read the phrase ‘lawn winterizer’ in newspaper advertisements and hear the chatter in the local hardware store.  With a name like ‘winterizer,’ it must be important but what does it mean to prepare your lawn for winter? If you are considering a late season fertilizer application to your...Read More
With autumn in full swing, most lawns in NH & VT should be well recovered from what was a record setting summer in terms of high heat.  Any lingering damage should be very obvious and can be fixed before winter such as dead patches of crabgrass or ongoing grub activity. September and October...Read More
Hurricane Irene knocked out power, collapsed bridges older than most can remember, and left lawns buried in what can only be described as “muck” across much of Vermont.  Once power is restored, roads are rebuilt, and normalcy returns, many folks will be forced to reclaim or at least make a decision...Read More
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