Here are a few August lawn care tips and tasks to add to your lawn care to-do list for the upcoming month!
Remember your crabgrass invasion from last year? Here’s why crabgrass is so hard to get rid of.
For some reason, it seems as though people stop worrying about tick control in MA as soon as the weather cools down a little. As we head into winter, ticks are seemingly out of sight and out of mind. A lot of people assume that they go away or die off like other bugs in […]
Now that the weather is beginning to cool down, many Massachusetts residents are starting to worry less and less about insect born diseases from ticks and mosquitoes. The vigilance that occupied their days in the spring and summer is dwindling. But cool fall weather means many will once again be spending more time outdoors, especially […]
Don’t think that you can ignore your lawn now that the grass is growing slower and the weather is getting colder! Stopping now is a mistake that many people make in regards to their Massachusetts lawn care needs. But proper lawn care in the fall is one of the most important things you can do […]
During this time of year, sod webworm damage becomes the most prevalent in turfs and lawns in Massachusetts. Sod webworms can be a significant Massachusetts lawn care issue. Learn how to tell if you have an infestation, and what to do about it. How Do You Know If You Have Sod Webworms? If you have […]
Mosquitoes suck, literally. If you have found the need to look into mosquito control in Massachusetts, or anywhere else, you have probably asked yourself the following: Can We Live Without Mosquitoes? Are they useful for anything? We have learned more and more about how different species rely on other species for survival, so maybe they […]
A primary lawn care concern in MA during this time of year is Japanese beetles. If you have signs that this pest has invaded your landscape, we have some information that will help you decide what to do next! What are Japanese Beetles? Japanese beetles are an invasive species from, you guessed it, Japan. They […]
Did You Know that July is National Picnic Month? Nothing beats a summer picnic with friends and family. After a slew of cold and rainy months that keep us inside, the beautiful and sunny month of July is a great time to be outside with friends and family, eating watermelon and chicken salad sandwiches, followed […]
A common lawn disease seen this time of year is known as red thread disease. The fungal infection earned its name because of the red or pink webbing, or thread, appearance it creates in your lawn. The thin strands protrude from grass blades and thrive in warm, moisture-rich environments. With regular organic lawn care in […]