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Brrr... it sure is getting cold out there! In many parts of Canada, temperatures are dropping and frost is beginning to form on car windshields. With just under 2 months to go until the official start of winter, now is the time to start planning a strategy on how to put your lawn to bed before the cold embrace of winter.
Fall is a great time to sign up for a lime application in many parts of Canada, since the weather is still warm and the lawn is actively growing. It's also a great time for yard clean-up, raking and lawn care maintenance tasks. Fall really is a handy season!
Do you hear that, lawn lovers? No, it's not the sound of a thousand hockey fans exhaling after last night's return to action. Or even the hum of a thousand pumpkin pies baking in the oven. Instead, what you're hearing is the sound of crisp, yellow leaves crunching under your feet as you go about your fall lawn care tasks. And if you're not hearing it yet, know that you will be soon enough!
Here at Nutri-Lawn, we pride ourselves on our ability to make our content both informative and relatable. That's why today, I'll be comparing your lawn to the inner workings of the human body. What's more relatable than that?
Fall is a great time of year for lawn care, that's for sure. After a stressful summer, all that cool weather translates to optimal growing conditions for your lawn. Addressing any damage done in summer, preparing for a cold winter, and setting yourself up for a fruitful spring are all tasks that can be tackled in fall. Plus, hockey is back and pumpkin-flavoured goodies are in. What's not to love?
Hey readers; are you ready to 'fall' in love with your lawn again this autumn? If so, fall seeding is the way to go!
Whether it’s seeding to fill in bare patches, repairing damaged areas, or thickening up weak spots, seeding is one of the most important things you can do for your lawn in fall.
With the elements giving us optimal growing conditions right now, fall is the ideal time to reseed your lawn. Thanks to plenty of rainfall and cooler temperatures, you can thicken up bare areas and repair damaged grass with a range of seeding options, all of which are listed below.
Read on to learn more about our fall seeding recommendations.
Wow, can you believe that we're halfway through August already? I'm not trying to jump the shark here, but fall is getting closer and closer with each coming day. With the heat and stress damage that some lawns have endured this summer, now is the time to think about your fall lawn care services! Repairing summer damage and preparing for winter are best done in the fall, so it doesn't hurt to start the planning now.
Here are 8 of our top fall lawn care services.
Happy Thursday, readers. I hope everyone is staying cool out there!
With summer in full swing, many areas of Canada are experiencing periods of extreme heat and little to no rainfall. With these conditions in mind, proper watering techniques become absolutely essential to maintaining a healthy, robust lawn. Like us, our lawns get a little thirstier in hot conditions, so adjusting your regular lawn care schedule accordingly is an important lawn care task during the humid summer months.