Current Conditions Lawn Tips

Grubs

Be on the lookout for any new browning areas, as we are entering prime grub feeding time.

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If you notice a new browning area, you can tug on the turf and see if you see any grubs. Often the turf will pull up like carpet as they eat the roots out from under the grass plant. If you need us to come to check it out, let us know and we can stop by and see if a fast-acting grub killer is needed.

 

Keep in mind it’s not uncommon to find a few grubs here and there and just a few is not much to be worried about. The population in your lawn needs to be numerous in order for them to do significant damage.

Fall is a great time for Liquid Aeration or Core Aeration & Over-Seeding

Liquid Aeration is best if the lawn has minor stress from summer and you want to give the plant and roots a boost going into winter.

Core Aeration & Over-Seeding is best if the lawn is thin, has bare spots/areas, or if it took on a fair amount of damage this summer.

Core Aeration

Aeration plugs

Over-Seeding 

Over seeding

Liquid Aeration

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Raking & Seeding is best if you just have a few spots here and there. You can simply loosen the soil with a rake, add seed, and rake the seed in. Just be sure to keep the areas moist but not muddy for the first 2-3 weeks.

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