Posts Tagged ‘lawn dawg’

Winter is a great time to evaluate your current lawn care company and consider if a local option would better serve your needs. Even if you are satisfied, I can bring up five legitimate reasons to consider a change. First, hiring a locally-based lawn care company versus a large national chain or franchise...Read More
You just arrive home and you see a lawn flag in your lawn, you don’t know what to do!  What precautions should you, as a homeowner, be aware of as it relates to lawn care treatments being made to your lawn by your lawn care company?  This is a great question. Although lawn treatments will vary...Read More
Core aeration is a mechanical process that extracts cores of soil, thatch and grass from the surface of the lawn.  This increases nutrient availability, water penetration, soil air exchange, and reduces compaction.  All of these benefits lead to a healthier lawn. Aeration can be done any time of...Read More
Potassium fertilizer
I don’t literally mean give your lawn a banana, but in the sense of what potassium (K) provides, the analogy could not be more accurate.  What is potassium?  Why put it on your lawn?  These are very good questions.  Potassium is a mineral which helps grass, second only to Nitrogen in quantity...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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