Posts Tagged ‘turf’

Spraying compost tea in Grantham, NH
Maybe you are an avid lawn care consumer, sticking by tried and true products for years but are looking for that extra edge.  Perhaps your lawn has seen better days and experienced a recent insect infestation or has a chronic disease issue.  Would you like your lawn to green up faster in the spring? ...Read More
Spring is just around the corner
Our quality of life is directly enhanced by shades of green in lawns, tree and shrubs, and by the vibrant blues reflected in our lakes and rivers.  Waterways are vital resources which are protected in many ways by strict federal and state laws, as they are in New Hampshire.  Our lakes and ponds are...Read More
The final product, enjoy.
A recent lawn evaluation in Vermont actually became a lawn renovation.  The lawn had not been cared for in some time and was overgrown with various weeds.  The client wanted to reclaim the lawn and improve the view off the end of the lawn by removing some low growing brush and saplings.  The first...Read More
Sprayer mid
As far as your lawn cares, it simply wants some Nitrogen each year to assist in growing and some help if disease or pests are present.  Your lawn does not care if the lawn application is liquid or dry.  Issues arise only when cost and ease of treatment come into question between lawn care companies. ...Read More
Lawn with fallen yellow, orange, brown leaves among the grass in autumn sunny day
A very common question I hear is, "When is the best time to seed your lawn?"  My answer is usually the same due to a few basic factors.  Fall wins over spring for a few key reasons.  The first being the soil is already nice and warm - ideal for faster seed germination with sufficient moisture. ...Read More

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