• Home
  • spring lawn care

Posts Tagged ‘spring lawn care’

I consistently hear folks telling me they plan to dethatch their lawn in the spring, despite my continual warnings against this practice. Many of our clients believe our treatments simply won’t work as well if they don’t first dethatch; that the applied products will not reach the soil. However,...Read More
Vole and mole damage is most visible in the spring and fall, often damaging lawns and ornamental landscapes with their feeding/burrowing activities. Voles often create shallow tunnels on the surface of the lawn that become visible as snow melts (see above photo). Voles are plump little critters and...Read More

Pink Snow Mold

With the recent cold, wet spring we have had in VT and NH, pink snow mold has become very noticeable in lawns. Pink snow mold appears as small, pink patches of lightly matted turf - especially in wet areas or susceptible grasses like rye or tall fescue. Upon closer inspection, the grass blades often...Read More
Spring lawn tips

Spring Lawn Tips

As the last-gasp of winter loosens it grip on spring, your lawn is likely covered with gravel, sand, leaves, and crusty black snow banks. Here are a few helpful spring tips that can get your lawn into recovery mode or better yet, green. Rake, rake, rake! Rake as much sand and gravel as possible from...Read More

Voles damage lawns

As the snow melts (eventually), you may find surface tunnels on your lawn caused by voles.  This can be a disturbing image and is most unpleasant.  Voles, also known as field mice will tunnel under the snow, eating the grass and shallow roots of your lawn.  The result of this frozen dinner feast...Read More
Logo

Visit Our Web Site:
chippersinc.com