Posts Tagged ‘broadleaf weeds’

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I've seen summers come and go for decades in the lawn business but rarely have I seen so much turf damage simply from the weather.  2016 is going to rank up there as one of, if not the driest extended summer droughts, especially in Southern NH, of the last 100 years.  Let that sink in. Drought Dry...Read More
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Most folks do not understand or believe that lawn weeds can be effectively reduced with organic products and methods.   There are several effective sprays which will specifically reduce broadleaf weeds while leaving surrounding turf grass unharmed.  Your lawn can be treated with organic products in...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 an old saying “time is money” which refers to how valuable time is to everyone.  One might say that weekend time, or time away from work might be considered the most valuable, as it relates to family, friends, and recreation.  Time is a premium commodity and is both highly prized and savored...Read More

Lawn weeds

Many folks cannot stand dandelions, clover, violets, wild strawberry and a host of other creepy-crawly broadleaf weeds.  By definition, a weed is simply a plant that is not desired, out of place if you will.  Therefore, one person’s weed is perhaps desired by another. I often ask clients on a...Read More
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