Summer can be a very stressful time of year for your lawn with threats of heat and drought. Many of you have worked hard on your lawns in spring and now it's time to maintain the work you have already done.
When is the best time to put down crabgrass control on my lawn?
In my 30 years of lawn service industry experience, a top concern for customers has been the timing of your 1st service.
Not sure which type of grass is best for your lawn?
The Northeast’s changing seasons can be tough on turf. It’s important to have a grass variety that can withstand the challenges of long winters and moderate summers. In the northeast, no one grass can do this alone - it takes a team of grass types to thrive.
We will go over the pros and cons of Blue Grass, Fine Fescues and Rye Grass so you can see why they work best as a team.
The benefit of having a grass blend is that it offers genetic diversity. Where one grass type lacks, another excels - allowing them to meet the challenges that Mother Nature throws at your turf.