Posts Tagged ‘nh lawn care’

This beautiful weather is wonderful, but the ‘abnormal dry or drought conditions’ * in most of New Hampshire have put many lawns into Stage 1-3 drought stress. The green lawns that homeowners naturally expect to see in mid-June are instead very dry. Most of the drought stress is in what we call ‘hot...Read More
Many lawns need to have sections reseeded in the spring due to plow and ice damage as well as winter kill. While the intentions are good, there are some serious pitfalls that should be taken into consideration prior to spring seeding. Soil Temperature Cold soil, even if perceived bare and ready,...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
With our weather predicted to enter the upper 80’s next week, perhaps higher, many lawns already infected with leaf spot disease will be susceptible and at risk for thinning, wilting, and or browning. The excessively wet and cold weather for the past six weeks has created tender, succulent grass...Read More
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
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