Posts Tagged ‘acid soil’

If you have been wondering what sort of impact so much snow will have on the average lawn come spring, switch gears and think of salt and plowing.  Unfortunately, where there is smoke there is often fire- where we have lots of snow- there has been plowing and salt use.  A winter like the one we are...Read More
  The holidays are right around the corner and the last thought on your mind might be preparing or even considering your lawn service for next year.  Let’s face it, the growing season is practically finished and your mower may well be stored away with visions of cutting next spring.  Until...Read More
Lime on your lawn
Lime in NH or VT is a vital part to any lawn care program for multiple reasons.  The most common reason to lime your turf annually is to improve the soil pH.   The soils found in NH & VT are acidic in nature with a common pH ranging from 5 to 6, with 7 being neutral.  Lime improves this situation...Read More

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