Tips of the Month: FALL.
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome our newest customers, coming over from INCEDIBLE GREENS. We thank you and are glad to have you be a part of our lawn care 'family'.
We would also like to announce our partnership with Noon Turf Care in the Hopkinton/Upton/Metro West areas - Chris and Matt (owners) and their staff look forward to continuing our tradition of excellence for those customers; and we will in constant contact with them to help assure everyone's transition goes smoothly.
FALL ACTIONS: Mow lawn as needed to height that is comfortable for you and your lawn; Generally about 3" is suitable for most grass types and availability to water. *It is advised NOT to cut when wet/damp, or to remove more than 1/3 of the blade at a time - We realize that sometimes these conditions will occur, but sticking as close to these 'rules' will prevent stress, color loss and/or damage to your turf* Lawns should receive about 3/4"-1 1/2"(on the higher end if seeding) of water weekly (total between rain and irrigation) in equal intervals throughout the week to help maintain a healthy color and growth rate. *Watering is best in the early morning hours before the sun gets too high in the sky; over-night watering can lead to fungus and disease, so, when possible, try to avoid keeping the lawn saturated at night* As always, if you have ANY questions, please do not hesitate to call/email - we will be more than happy to help.
THINGS TO WATCH OUT FOR: Summer stress usually begins to recover naturally at this point of the season - If an area(s) does not show any signs of recovery (improved color/density or new growth), consider some spot seeding or aeration/seeding to help repair these areas.