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Robert Bourne, Nutri-Lawn Vancouver

Robert Bourne is the owner and GM of Nutri-Lawn Vancouver. Having grown up in the Nutri-Lawn system, Robert has spent his life growing great lawns!

5 Reasons Why You Need Spring Lawn Care Services

Springtime is the time that most of us put aside to get the house cleaned up and ready to enjoy for another 12 months. But did you know that the outside of your home, namely the lawn, also needs attention in the spring?

Now, the lawn does need attention throughout the year too, for example having your annual Grub Reduction Application to control the European Chafer Beetle. But for this article, we will be discussing the importance of Spring maintenance and the benefits to you.

Customer Service vs Client Experience: What’s the Nutri-Lawn Vancouver Difference?

Customer Service, Client Experience, Customer Care….there are a lot of buzzwords out there these...

Summer Drought: How to Save a Dying Lawn

Summertime is the season for many things - most especially the outdoors! Now that the rain has...

Grub Prevention Season Is Here

GRUBS!!  There aren’t many here in the Lower Mainland who aren’t familiar with that word or who...

Seed Talk - What Is The Best For Your Lawn?

For the last few weeks we have been talking about how to create a healthy environment for your...

Spring Is The Time To Aerate

In the last few weeks we have spoken about many different issues that you may be seeing...

What does my Lawn Need Part 5: Where is this moss coming from?

Welcome to our last installment of our “What does my lawn need?” series!  For those of you...

What Does My Lawn Need Part 4: Weeds

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Welcome to part 4 of our “What does my lawn Need” series. Today,...

What Does My Lawn Need? Part 3

Part 3 in our series of What does my Lawn Need Blogs brings us to Brown and Bare Lawns.  In our...

What Does My Lawn Need? Part 2

In our last blog, we chatted about the animal damage that we can see on lawns throughout the...