Posts Tagged ‘Lime’

Autumn scene with self grown pumpkins in garden

October lawn tips

Nothing says autumn quite like a dark green lawn covered in vibrant orange and yellow leaves. Cool fall nights and the still warm soil transform your normally fast growing lawn into one that is focused on storing energy in its root system. This special phenomenon is a unique time of year with many advantages...Read More
Lawn with fallen yellow, orange, brown leaves among the grass in autumn sunny day

Fall lawn tips

Generally speaking, the summer of 2014 on average was a little cooler and wetter than the past few years. The few hot and humid periods did cause a spike in disease issues like red thread but overall our lawns’ were fortunate not to have to endure extended drought. What does this mean for the average...Read More
Ready for spring?
Here are four, quick audio tips for your lawn this spring now playing on the radio.  Enjoy! [audio mp3=""][/audio] [audio mp3=""][/audio] [audio...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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