A very common misconception is that crabgrass pre-emergent barriers need to be in place by the time that forsythia blooms. The feeling is that forsythia bloom marks the beginning of spring and thus also indicates the start of crabgrass germination. Not so fast. It is true that forsythia is among the first plants to bloom […]
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A common misconception is confusing vole and mole damage on your lawn. This is because they both become most noticeable when snow cover melts in the spring and you get a good look at your lawn for the first time since fall. The most important thing to remember when dealing with mole or vole damage […]
The best defense against weeds—or pests of any kind—is a thick, healthy lawn, so we start there.
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With spring comes melting snow and all-too-often fresh signs of mole activity in your yard.
Like it or not, living in New England comes with wintery weather and with it comes the potential for damage to your lawn from salt and plowing.
Crabgrass is an incredibly opportunistic weed, so early season defense can make all the difference.
In New England, there is a multitude of weeds that try to take up residence in lawns. One of the most common and frustrating of these is crabgrass.
During the shoulder months heading into or coming out of winter, frost and wind damage are of particular focus as both can damage and kill your lawn.