Author: links-lawn

What to do after the Grub Damage!

Grubs have done some major damage this spring to so many lawns! Most of the feeding damage is just about over by mid May, although another round will be upon us as soon as late August thru mid October. So, be sure to have your preventative put down in July to stop this from happening …

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The MOST Common weeds you will be seeing!

Weeds are a real eye sore to those of us that relish over our turf like lawns. We feel the need to banished them as soon as they show their ugly sides. Basically they are a plant that grows in a place where it’s not wanted. If a weed is strong enough it can cause …

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Benefits of Aeration

There are many benefits to aerating a lawn. Over the course of a season, mowing, traffic on the lawn, rain etc., hard pacts the topsoil to where it is difficult for rain water to penetrate the surface causing run off and causes less air flow to the root system resulting in grass that looks choked …

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Suggested Cultural Practices that will enhance your LAWN

These enhancements are a must if you are to maintain a healthy balance in your lawn. And those refer to the mowing, watering, the thatch control and fertilization. There are our four main cultural practices that we deal with lawn care. And the ones the homeowner has direct control over—mainly watering and mowing—we will apply …

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Spring Grub Damage

What should I do? And how to treat! Homeowners during the spring and fall months all over the State of Maine are realizing that Grubs are here to stay and will continue to be a nuisance for years to come. What you should be looking for: The lawn looks totally roto-tilled from birds, skunks, raccoons …

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Early Spring Lawn Care Tips

What should I do to get my lawn ready? After the snow has melted, one of the first tasks should be: 1. Clean Up & Preparation – Quality Lawn Services recommends homeowners should take the necessary time to remove any debris from their existing yards such as: twigs, branches, leaves, pet droppings and winter road gravel most …

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