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The days are getting shorter and the trees are sporting their bright autumn colours! These show-stopping hues bring on fallen leaves, as well as the question: Should you leave the leaves or should you bag them up? Each fall we encounter various articles that suggest we should leave the fallen leaves as they lie. It
Are you struggling with weed growth on your lawn, in your garden, or in your vegetable plot? Let’s explore some of the most common weeds found in Eastern Ontario and the most effective treatment options: Chickweed What: Cool-season annual plant with small white flowers. Where: Most commonly found on thinning lawns or after topdressing. It
Nematodes Controlling Lawn Pests Naturally Nematodes are naturally occurring, microscopic worms that are applied to lawns for control of White Grubs. They infest and kill their prey within 24 – 48 hours and take 7 – 21 days to clear the area. They continue to reproduce, with the young seeking out new pests to infest.
Lawn Care Preparing the soil for a new crop Turn over the soil to a depth of 10-15cm. Add soil amendments such as black earth and topsoil. Rake well and level the soil, creating a gradual slope away from the house to prevent drainage problems. Roll the area to firm up the soil. Water the
Lawn care 101 Having a lawn is the equivalent to having a large garden with only one plant. People often do not realize the amount of work and care required to keep a lawn as thick and as full as people usually want them. Golf courses spend hundreds of thousands of dollars a year
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