Posts tagged with: lawn

This post needs little to no explanation!!  But here’s a brief one: The lawn on the left is serviced by our competitor, the lawn on the right is serviced by Northwest Lawn Care.  Which lawn would you prefer? A healthy...
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You spend a lot of time on your lawn and plants in the warm months.  You enjoy their beauty, their usefulness, and even their taste if you have vegetables in your garden.  So you want to make sure that your...
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Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be taking care of your lawn!  It’s very important to maintain the health of your lawn all year around…not just in the spring and summer time.  As a matter of fact,...
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We are currently in Round 8 of our Lawn Care treatments.  The main focus of this treatment is lime application.  Lime is essential for regulating the pH levels in the soil. For best results: The treatment should be watered in...
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Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean no yard work.  In fact, fall and winter lawn maintenance is vital to a healthy green lawn in the warmer months.  Here are some things to consider when caring for your lawn in the...
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Calls have been coming into our office with homeowner’s wanting to know why they have mushrooms in their lawn.  Mushrooms come from a mixture of moisture (we’ve had a good amount of rain lately), cloudy weather, and organic material such...
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We all want a blemish free lawn.  One of the biggest complaints that we often hear from potential lawn care customers is that they have yellow spots in their grass.  These spots can be little patches here and there or...
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The next few weeks should be spent fertilizing, controlling weeds, preparing new lawn, and repairing poor quality lawn.  Here a few simple things to do for your lawn in the fall months: Give Soil TLC. One of the most important...
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We’re getting our first taste of fall! Cooler temperatures, football, and the changing of the leaves are all things that we have to look forward to in the coming months. Without the scorching heat it is a great time of...
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You are probably seeing cicada killer wasps working overtime these last few weeks of summer.  They are preparing to overwinter by digging their underground burrows and stuffing them with paralyzed cicadas that they will use as food for their larvae....
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