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Despite the rain Vancouver was only to happy to receive last week, we’re still not in the clear when it comes to water restrictions. The Greater Vancouver Area still needs to conserve water as much as ever! In fact, as of July 20, 2015, the Greater Vancouver Area is in a Stage 3 water restriction, with the possibility of progressing to a Stage 4 should it become necessary. Water is in higher demand than ever during this incredibly hot and dry summer. To add insult to injury, metro Vancouver’s water reservoirs are taking a serious hit. See the most up to date information here. Furthermore, at the time of writing, British Columbia is battling 68 active wildfires larger than 10 hectares. Conserving what has never been more important in the greater Vancouver area.
One of the most common issues that concern our customers in the spring is once the snow melts; the lawn appears to be brown and thin. The Ottawa area’s harsh winter weather often wreaks havoc on our lawns. Older grass plants die off, rodents such as voles make paths on the lawn under the snow and foot and pet traffic over the snow damages the turf below.
The 2014 Franchise of the Year award was received by Chad and Kelly Scott of Nutri-Lawn Okanagan
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