The Benefits of Native Plants in Vancouver Lawn Maintenance

Posted by Robert Bourne, Nutri-Lawn Vancouver

3/25/15 1:15 PM

It’s about the time of the year to start replanting the garden and flowerbeds for spring. You’ll want to wait for the grounds to fully thaw, but before that, you need to plan the plants that you want to have in your garden. One of the biggest tips that Nutri-Lawn Vancouver can offer is that you should plant native species in your garden.

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Topics: Vancouver, lawn mowing

Proper Spring Drainage Techniques from Nutri - Lawn Ottawa

Posted by Thom Bourne, Franchise Owner at Nutri-Lawn

3/25/15 1:13 PM

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Topics: lawn, Spring Landscape Services, Nutri-lawn Landscape Services, soil, Nutri-Lawn Ottawa, Ottawa Landscape Services, Irrigation

Revitalize Your Lawn with Overseeding

Posted by Don McQueen, Franchise Owner at Nutri-Lawn

3/25/15 12:58 PM

Revitalize Your Lawn with Overseeding

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Topics: lawn care, Burlington, lawn, Spring Maintenance Tips for First Time Homeowners, Nutri-lawn Landscape Services, soil, Burlington Landscape Services, Nutri-lawn Burlington, Irrigation

The Early Bird Gets the Worm: Spring Prep with Nutri-Lawn Ottawa

Posted by Thom Bourne, Franchise Owner at Nutri-Lawn

3/23/15 11:31 AM

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Topics: lawn, Spring Landscape Services, Nutri-lawn Landscape Services, soil, Nutri-Lawn Ottawa, Ottawa Landscape Services, Irrigation

Spring Maintenance Tips for First Time Homeowners

Posted by Don McQueen, Franchise Owner at Nutri-Lawn

3/23/15 11:22 AM

Spring Maintenance Tips for First Time Homeowners

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Topics: lawn care, Burlington, lawn, Spring Maintenance Tips for First Time Homeowners, Nutri-lawn Landscape Services, soil, Burlington Landscape Services, Nutri-lawn Burlington, Irrigation

Winter Lawn Tips ~ Snow Plow Damage

Posted by Shawn Karn, The Grass Expert

3/23/15 10:30 AM

 

What Happens to Your Lawn in the Winter?  8 of 9 - Snow Plow Damage

Mother Nature aside, some of the most severe damage that can take place to a lawn over the winter months is often the most preventable.  Snow removal equipment that is used to plow, blow, and remove snow can easily, and unintentionally damage the turf when the boundaries aren’t properly identified.  The edges from the road, driveway, sidewalk and along walkways are most vulnerable to damage.

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Topics: What happens to your lawn during the winter?

Winter Lawn Tips ~ Snow Mold Disease

Posted by Shawn Karn, The Grass Expert

3/12/15 10:30 AM

 

What Happens to Your Lawn in the Winter?  7 of 9 Snow Mold Disease

Snow mold is a fungal turfgrass disease that commonly affects lawns in early spring. The Symptoms and visual damage are very evident as the snow melts away and brown matted down circular patches of turf ranging in size from a few inches in diameter to over one foot cover the lawn. Depending on the severity of lawn disease activity, these patches coalesce together and form bigger patches when the conditions are favourable for the disease.

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Topics: What happens to your lawn during the winter?

Return to Retro: Benefits of a Push Reel Mower

Posted by Robert Bourne, Nutri-Lawn Vancouver

3/10/15 4:30 PM

Return to Retro: Benefits of a Push Reel Mower

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Topics: Vancouver, lawn mowing

Winter Lawn Tips ~ Salt Damage

Posted by Shawn Karn, The Grass Expert

3/6/15 10:30 AM

 

What Happens to Your Lawn in the Winter?  6 of 9 - Salt Damage

Lawns suffer enough from the damaging effects that Snow and Ice can cause over the winter months.  Compounding things, adding road salt and sidewalk ice-melter to the equation can make things even worse.  Areas of the lawn along the edges of sidewalks, boulevards and driveways are often left damaged in the spring when the snow melts. 

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Topics: What happens to your lawn during the winter?

Winter Lawn Tips ~ Winter Desiccation

Posted by Shawn Karn, The Grass Expert

2/27/15 10:30 AM

 

What Happens to Your Lawn During the Winter?  5 of 9 Winter Desiccation

Add winter desiccation to the long list of what can happen to your lawn during the winter months.  Winter Desiccation takes place when the turfgrass plant is in its dormant or semi-dormant stages and can cause varying degrees of damage severity.  All turfgrass species are prone to winter desiccation if the right conditions persist.  Winter Desiccation occurs when the leaves and other parts of the turfgrass plant are damaged often to the point of death because its roots are unable to supply enough water to keep up with the amount of water the turfgrass plant is losing to the atmosphere. 

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Topics: What happens to your lawn during the winter?

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