Posts Tagged ‘dead grass’

Due to the ongoing wet, cold weather and late snow melt, lawns, especially those seeded last year, are experiencing serious damage from pink snow mold and winter kill. Affected lawn areas are almost completely matted and appear wet, pink, and or tan/white. Standing water, rain and current low temperatures...Read More

Autumn Lawn Care

October beckons more treats than tricks when it comes to attending to your home or commercial lawn this fall.  After a brutal summer of drought and record-setting heat, October is your best last chance to make repairs before winter because the soil is warm and competitors like annual weeds are dead...Read More
While Vermont and New Hampshire are not suffering through a long-term drought like California, we are experiencing an official drought in many locations, especially in NH. Compounding the problem for lawns is the current high heat. Not only was the spring recovery period skipped, lawns are now into drought...Read More
Face it, your lawn is ugly and you know it.  You can pretend the front lawn looks lush and green as your lawn tractor creates a dust bowl similar to that of the great depression.  Unless of course your lawn is made up of more crabgrass than real grass?  The crabgrass will take a while to flourish,...Read More
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