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THANK YOU for visiting Premier Lawn Care online. We appreciate your continued support and encourage you to come back regularly to check out our updates for cutting/watering tips, suggested services, and other hints and information on how to make (and keep) your lawn the best that it can be. If you have any questions regarding the information on our site, please feel free to e-mail us or call us directly. We look forward to hearing from you, and hope you will help us grow by telling your friends and family about us too.

Thank You,

Mike Bouffard (Owner)

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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.

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