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Grass and Leaves

Leaves and Pine Needles

Fall’s fallen leaves and pine needles can present a challenge to your lawn and can be easily overlooked as most folks retire their mowers early and are not focused on a good autumn cleanup. Even a moderate volume of leaves and pine needles left unattended for an extended length of time will likely...Read More
Lawn mower on lush green grass on a summer day under a blue sky.
How we mow and when we mow is far more important to your lawn’s health than you may realize. Cool Soil: Think of your lawn as a little forest. The denser the tree canopy, the more shade is provided below. The same theory goes for your lawn. The higher the mowing height, the more shade below, and...Read More
Crabgrass
Although the title of this blog post may make you think of a horror film, crabgrass does in fact have wicked tendencies! It is an opportunistic plant that will seek to take a foothold in any lawn, and once established, requires deliberate and consistent counter measures to reduce or remove from your...Read More
Having a healthy green lawn is important for a host of reasons, such as increased home value, improved outdoor aesthetics and an enhanced quality of life. But these benefits cannot come at the cost of potentially harming local waterways. In NH, there are very specific professional guidelines and rules...Read More
Winter damage and snow mold
Many folks abandon their lawn care in late October, thinking the season is at an end. To the contrary, lawns will continue to grow well into late November or even early December, especially in southern New England.  Here are a few tips and reasons for late-season lawn care. Mowing Mowing is the...Read More
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