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5 Benefits of a Late Fall Winterizer For Your Lawn

2020-10-28T09:49:37-04:00

As the cooler season is rolling in, it is important to prepare your lawn for the biting winter weather ahead. The most important step any lawn owner can take to protect their turf is to winterize the lawn. A late winterization is the last fertilizer we apply before the winter. When the cooler weather arrives, the grass goes dormant to preserve both its stored up nutrients and water. This fertilization [...]

5 Benefits of a Late Fall Winterizer For Your Lawn2020-10-28T09:49:37-04:00

Rust Fungus: How to Identify, Prevent, and Treat This Common Lawn Disease

2020-09-29T11:40:08-04:00

Sometimes, the inevitable happens: Even with proper trimming and an attentive lawn care company, a nasty disease may rudely barge in and interfere with the health of your lawn. One of these pathogens that would love to inhabit your grass is rust fungus. Rust is an easily identifiable lawn disease that grows in several climates. While the appearance of the disease may look daunting, there are several practices that will [...]

Rust Fungus: How to Identify, Prevent, and Treat This Common Lawn Disease2020-09-29T11:40:08-04:00

Do I really need to remove all those leaves?

2020-06-25T09:09:51-04:00

Do I remove all those leave or don’t I? That is the question! Many homeowners in Western Massachusetts are scrambling to rake, bag and remove the last few leaves on the lawn. But is it necessary to remove all the leaves on my lawn? The short answer is no, however, this does come with a few disclaimers. Leaves in small amounts can actually be beneficial to the turf and soil. [...]

Do I really need to remove all those leaves?2020-06-25T09:09:51-04:00

Ticks

2020-06-25T09:19:19-04:00

We are all familiar with the Blacklegged Tick (Deer Ticks) and the Lyme disease that they carry. We have seen an increase in populations over the past several years and it doesn’t seem to slow down. Now there is a new tick emerging in our neck of the woods. Lone Star Tick In 2017 we saw a new tick in the area that is becoming more popular in these [...]

Ticks2020-06-25T09:19:19-04:00
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