Weed Control FAQs: What’s the Best Way to Control Weeds Organically?

A beautiful, uniform lawn helps turn your home into a relaxing oasis where you can create memories to last a lifetime. Not only does an immaculate lawn look great—it also boosts curb appeal and can significantly enhance the value of your property. Weed control is a cornerstone of a great lawn, and it is important to protect the health and …

5 Lawn Aeration Tips: Help Your Grass Breathe Easy

Lawn aeration is one of the best ways to ensure that you have a healthy, strong, and vibrant lawn. Lawn aeration involves pulling plugs of soil from your lawn, which leaves deep spaces that help stimulate healthy blade and root growth. The space created by the removal of plugs gives your lawn’s root system a chance to expand and fortify …

Aeration FAQs: How Often Should You Aerate Your Lawn?

Everyone loves a green, plush, beautiful lawn. There is nothing better than returning home from work after a hard day and being able to take off your shoes and walk upon your soft lawn. A great back yard is a wonderful place to create memories with your family and allows you to relax and reconnect with nature. Aeration is one …

7 Lawn Maintenance Tips for the Autumn Months

A great-looking lawn can improve your property value and provide a relaxing place for your family to enjoy quality recreation time together. The grass in your yard is highly resilient, and with minimal maintenance, you can cultivate a lawn that is the envy of your neighbors. There are many things that you, as a homeowner, can do to help tend …

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Should I Aerate My Lawn In The Fall?

Aeration is an important part of routine maintenance for a healthy and full lawn. The procedure involves puncturing the turf, which is usually done with a core aerator – a machine that pull small “plugs” of grass and soil out of the ground. This creates space for air, water, and nutrients to reach the grass roots and helps to loosen …

Weeding

It’s a Weed, it’s a Grass, it’s… Both!

So there is an unwanted plant growing in your yard, but you can’t identify it. You don’t know how to treat it and you want it gone, but what is it? Is it a grass, or is it a weed? By definition, a weed is a wild plant growing where it is unwanted and is in competition for nutrients with …

Bug

Identifying & Treating Chinch Bug Damage

Is it really drought damage? This year, many of us are experiencing dry, brown patches in our lawns. While it is easy to assume that our grass woes are due to the hot and dry weather we’ve had in Southern Ontario the past few weeks, if you are watering and caring for your turf zealously but are still seeing signs …

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Identifying and Treating Drought Damage

Do you ever wonder why your lawn is not as green as the lawns of your neighbors? When your grass starts to turn into a dull gray/brown hue or darken in colour, it is a sign that it needs a drink. Drought happens when your lawn is not receiving enough water, which can bring severe stress to your grass and …

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Identifying & Treating Grub Damage

Are you experiencing lawn problems, but can’t see any clear reasons why? Grubs may be at fault! In Southern Ontario, there are three species of white grubs that infest lawns – the European Chafer, the June Beetle, and the Japanese Beetle. So how do you know if you’re battling the bugs? There are patches in your turf. If Spring arrived …