Drew Bugden has been with Nutri-Lawn for 9 years and this is his second year in Moncton, NB.
5/26/15 3:25 PM
Nutri-Lawn of St. Johns NFLD recently ran a 'Grocery Give-a-way' campaign. They had an online entry form that people could apply or nominate someone in need of a 'hand up'. "We have selected 2 families for the grocery give a way. Both are single parents who were brought to tears when Kelly from VOCM cares called them" said Boyd Loveless, local franchise owner.
"When I had the opportunity to speak with them they were so thankful and saying that $100.00 to them is like $500.00 to most."
We delivered the gift pack below to the recipients to say congratulations. We added movie passes and McDonald Gift cards so they can treat their children this weekend.
5/26/15 3:16 PM
You may have noticed some odd patches starting to show in the grass around your home. What is it? Can it be remedied? Though relatively uncommon, some lawns are more susceptible to lawn diseases, especially if good lawn care practices are not followed. While most lawn diseases rear their ugly heads in summer, there are certain ones that appear in the spring.
5/26/15 3:13 PM
Unlike many areas in Canada where landscaping with snow is the norm, lawn maintenance is a year round job in Vancouver. A weed free lawn can be a fantastic focal point on your property. It compliments your home and provides a healthy environment for the rest of your landscaping. A beautiful lawn can go a long way in increasing the value of your home and your enjoyment of it! Don’t let unsightly weeds take the spring out of your step.
5/26/15 3:10 PM
If you have a shaded, damp yard, chances are you are dealing with moss growing everywhere, including your lawn. This pesky problem is tricky to solve and unless you get rid of it all, it will keep coming back, killing any healthy grass you may have.
5/25/15 11:06 PM
Give your lawn a breath of fresh air with help from the pros at Nutri-Lawn. Take advantage of all the benefits a core aeration service has to offer. Aerating encourages deep roots, reduces soil compaction, removes excessive thatch buildup, discourages weeds and insects from infesting the lawn, and improves the uptake of fertilizers and control products.
Topics: The Grass Expert, Ajax, Pickering, Kingston, Ottawa, Moncton, Nappanee, Ganonoque, Fredericton, Nova Scotia, St.John's, Abbotsford, Kelowna, Sault St.Marie, Sudbury, Barrie, York North, York South, Toronto, Oakville, Lawn Care, Victoria, Parksville, Vancouver, Kamloops, Okanagan West, Winnipeg, Surrey, Calgary, Mississauga, Burlington, Cambridge, Woodstock, Whitby, Milton, Hamilton, Niagara, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, London, Fertilizer, healthy lawn, balanced fertilizer, fertilizing
5/25/15 10:57 PM
Black Medic (Medicago lupulina)
Life Cycle – Summer annual or winter annual broadleaf weed
Growth Habit – Prostrate
Leaves – Trifoliate (3 leaves), egg-shaped, serrated near tip, alternate arrangement
Roots – Deep taproot, fibrous network
Flower Colour – Yellow (compressed cluster pea like), black seed pod
Control – Hard to control
Topics: The Grass Expert, Ajax, Pickering, Kingston, Ottawa, Moncton, Nappanee, Ganonoque, Fredericton, Nova Scotia, St.John's, Abbotsford, Kelowna, Sault St.Marie, Sudbury, Barrie, York North, York South, Toronto, Oakville, Lawn Care, Victoria, Parksville, Vancouver, Kamloops, Okanagan West, Winnipeg, Surrey, Calgary, Mississauga, Burlington, Cambridge, Woodstock, Whitby, Milton, Hamilton, Niagara, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, London, Weed Control
5/22/15 10:30 AM
We know spring has arrived in Ottawa when we look out our yards and they are dotted with yellow. It seems like dandelions just showed up in mass droves overnight, with little warning. Then, you look out the next day and there’s even more. As kids, we loved picking bouquets of them for our moms or blowing the puffs of seeds all over the yard. As adults, they drive us nuts and we’d just wish they’d die. Here’s all the ins and outs of this crazy weed.
5/21/15 2:30 PM
If you are a new homeowner, you’ll have lots of questions, especially about keeping your lawn in good shape. A beautiful home and lawn is something to take pride in and you won’t want to be the person on the block who all the neighbours complain about because you let your grass grow knee-deep. But when do you do what? How often? Here are some lawn care tips which will leave your neighbours feeling envious instead of annoyed.
5/21/15 10:30 AM
Ontario’s climate is unique in that winters can range from mild to harsh and summers can be cool and humid or arid with scorching temperatures, with everything in between. Because Canadians are so excited to get outside after a long winter, we can tend to overdo our spring lawn care and do too much too soon in the season. Here are some lawn care tips for the month of May.