Winter damage and snow mold
Many folks abandon their lawn care in late October, thinking the season is at an end. To the contrary, lawns will continue to grow well into late November or even early December, especially in southern New England.  Here are a few tips and reasons for late-season lawn care. Mowing Mowing is the...Read More
Occasionally we are asked to “slow down” when applying lawn products, whether it be spraying by hand or using a push or motorized spreader. Naturally, we assume that’s because there is a concern that the product is not being properly applied. However, the key factors in how much product is being...Read More
The undisputed best time of year to aerate and seed a lawn is in the fall. Warm soils, cool nights and dying annual weeds make fall conditions the ideal time for aeration combined with overseeding as well as general lawn seeding. Versus Spring Unlike fall, spring soils are cold and packed full of...Read More
With our weather predicted to enter the upper 80’s next week, perhaps higher, many lawns already infected with leaf spot disease will be susceptible and at risk for thinning, wilting, and or browning. The excessively wet and cold weather for the past six weeks has created tender, succulent grass...Read More
I find there is some confusion between crabgrass and other annual grassy weeds versus perennial grassy weeds such as orchard grass and quack grass. This is especially the case in the spring when crabgrass, an annual, has not even germinated or is very small, yet everyone thinks they have crabgrass. This...Read More
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