Over the past few years, the perennial weed known as kyllinga has become a real issue for us in New Jersey. There are 2 types of kyllinga – green and false kyllinga. False kyllinga is a weed that has come up from the south. This is a warm season weed. Ideal conditions for the growth of […]
Many of you may not know about the new state fertilization law that wasÂ passed in 2011. If you hire a landscape contractor to apply fertilizer to your lawn, that contractor must be certified to apply any type of fertilizer. One of the reasons for this law is due to the water pollution from the nitrogen and phosphorus in […]Environment, fertilization, lawn maintenance
Preparing Your Lawn for the Summer
As we prepare for our upcoming warmer weather we start to prepare for the upkeep of our landscaping and lawns. Here is an in depth look at what you or your contractor should be doing to have a luxurious lawn in the summer months. There should be a systematic approach for the things that need […]fertilization, lawn aeration, lawn maintenance, lawn thatching
Excessive Snow and Extreme Cold Could Impact Your Lawn!
With this winter’s unusual amount of snow, there may be an unwanted disease lurking in your beautiful lawn. The disease is known as pink or grey snow mold. When we have dry winters with no significant snow, we usually will not see this type of fungus. When cool wet weather is in play the fungus […]Irrigation, lawn disease, lawn maintenance