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Many businesses and farms are acutely aware of the debate surrounding a specific class of pesticides known as “neonicotinoids” or “neonics” for short.  There are many studies as well as unfounded claims around this type of pesticide, mostly in an agricultural use for protecting crops such as...Read More
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I’ve been asked over a half dozen times in just the past few days “when should I stop mowing and how short should the lawn be for the final cut?” It must be time to answer those questions via a new blog post. October is a great month to slowly drop your mowing height from the recommended summer...Read More
Dry spring lawn
While Vermont and New Hampshire are not suffering through a long-term drought like California, we are certainly experiencing a very dry spring. This lack of rain can cause serious lawn damage.  Watering your dry lawn this spring is a good idea to reduce possible long term damage. Lawns do not have...Read More
Spring lawn tips

Spring lawn tips

As the last-gasp of winter loosens it grip on spring, your lawn is likely covered with gravel, sand, leaves, and crusty black snow banks. Here are a few helpful spring tips that can get your lawn into recovery mode or better yet, green. Rake, rake, rake! Rake as much sand and gravel as possible from...Read More
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