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2018 – Early Warm Winter

2018 – Early Warm Winter

The differences from the winter of 2017 to 2018 is a very stark contrast.  This time last year we were weeks into multiple feet of snow and it seemed as though there was no end in sight.  Fast forward to this winter, and the little snow we’ve received has been gone within a few days and it seems like 50-degree afternoons have been the norm.  With warmer temperatures, we naturally begin to ask, “can I start working in the yard now?”

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Preventing Crabgrass

Preventing Crabgrass

Crabgrass is very often incorrectly identified. Crabgrass is an annual plant; it comes up from seed every spring. It develops into an aggressive spreading plant in June through July. Very often people confuse crabgrass with other perennial grasses. These grasses are present in lawns year round. The majority of perennial grasses can not be selectively controlled.

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