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Wet Conditions Slow Leaf Removal

The wet weather our area has been experiencing has slowed down the crews putting us behind schedule for leaf removal. We are working through the rain this week and will do the best we can in this weather. To reach as many properties as possible, we are missing some areas of the yard. When we return for your next visit, we will clean-up all the areas. We hope you have a very Happy Thanksgiving.

Leaf Removal Season

Starting November 2, our crews switched to leaf removal services. This year many leaves have started falling early. Our crews will blow and drag the leaves towards the front where a leaf vacuum truck will later come by and pickup them up. So no smelly bags sitting in front of your house on top of the grass. The beds will be blown on the last visit so we disturb the mulched areas as little as possible.

Backyard Fun - Relax Poolside on New Patio

Recently Completed Driveway and Walkway

Benefits of Fall Services

Here are the benefits to have the fall services performed this season.

Core aeration can help make your lawn healthier and reduce its maintenance requirements through these means:
Improved air exchange between the soil and atmosphere.
Enhanced soil water uptake.
Improved fertilizer uptake and use.
Reduced water runoff and puddling.
Stronger turfgrass roots.
Reduced soil compaction.
Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance.

Office Closed for Labor Day

We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday weekend. Our office will be closed and no service will occur on Monday Sept 4.

Closed July 3rd for Holiday

The office will be closed on July 3 and no mowing crews scheduled. We will resume operations on Monday July 6. Our crews are staying out late this week to visit most of our properties in the 4 days.

Watering Tips

With all the rain we have had, we still see customers with their sprinkers running. If your system does not have a rain gauge, then TURN OFF your system. Too much water can be more damaging then not enough. In fact, allowing lawns to start to go under mild drought stress actually increases rooting.

Fungus Alert

Due to the wet weather we have been having, we are noticing many properties with a fungus called red thread popping up. Like most grass diseases, red thread is very much weather related. When conditions are right for development, management of red thread is limited to checking and correcting any nutritional deficiencies or direct treatment with a fungicide material.

When Green Lawns Turn 'Red'
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