May and September are perhaps the two biggest months when it comes to helping your lawn.  May is the best month to prevent crabgrass, reduce broad-leaf weeds, knock back ticks, spray compost tea and fertilize.  Wow, did you write that down?  Unless you set aside the time, you will surely miss the...Read More
Ready for spring?
Here are four, quick audio tips for your lawn this spring now playing on the radio.  Enjoy! [audio mp3="http://www.mrgrassblog.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Concord-Lawn-intro.mp3"][/audio] [audio mp3="http://www.mrgrassblog.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Snow-banks-and-ice-on-lawn.mp3"][/audio] [audio...Read More
There is little disputing the 2012 growing season was a record breaker in more than one area.  Extreme heat and corresponding drought caused widespread damage to even well cared for lawns.  The effect of these weather phenomena then led to massive explosions of pests like grubs and chinch bugs.  Even...Read More
As Labor Day approaches, you are likely forced to think about school resuming and the sad state of affairs with your lawn.  If you have an average lawn in New Hampshire or Vermont, you are likely going to find fat broadleaf weeds like plantain, dandelions, and clover among a host of other weedy villains. ...Read More
There is no denying it, spring is upon us and soon your spring cleaning will end up outdoors with the yard.  Yes, the lawn will beckon for your attention and no matter how long you put off the inevitable, your shrubs and grass will demand attention.  Are you one of the many who do not relish the task...Read More
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