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    28 Apr 2015

    What information are you looking for? Turf Tip of the Month Benefits of a Healthy Lawn Tips for a Greener Lawn Natural Insect Repellents Turf Tip of the Month Enviro Masters is pleased to offer the following turf tips to help you become familiar with the challenges your lawn faces during various times of the year and what you should do to prevent or correct them. April     [...]

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    This is a time to enjoy a breath of fresh spring air and watch your lawn and garden come to life! Your Enviro Masters step by step guide to good winter recovery and a beautiful spring green-up for your lawn. 1. Inspect your lawn for anything that will hamper the rejuvenation of new spring growth. Piles of snow and ice should be spread out to eliminate the spread of turf diseases such as pink[...]

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    Help set a new, more environmentally considerate standard and inspire others to join you. The fundamentals are simple: 1. Plant the right types of grasses for your geographical area and property. 2. Let your grass grow taller, 2" - 3" 3. Mow and water properly. 4. Maintain a good Organic Based Fertilizing and Maintenance program with the proper cultural practices on a regular basis [...]

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    BEWARE June is the time to beware of those nasty insects (Chinch Bugs and other turf eating insects) that can cause thousands of dollars in damages to your lawn. Now that the hot weather is upon us, these damaging insects can take hold, nest and multiply in your precious lawn. Chinch Bugs look like a small flea and are only about 1/8th of an inch long when fully grown. These insects lay eggs [...]

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    INSECT ALERT !! Chinch Bugs Although Chinch Bugs start to spread in June, they may not come out until July. This is the time of year when you will begin to notice some damage in the way of brown spots. Often these damaged areas look like dryness and can easily fool you because these insects are very small. When left untreated, the insects will multiply and continue to eat away at your [...]

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    Crab Grass Alert!! Please be on the lookout for a thicker-bladed light green colored grass that is usually found along the edges of the driveway or roadway. You might also find it in areas of thin grass or in any bare spots. This plant is often mistaken for a weed, but it is a type of grass called Crab Grass. These Crab Grass plants are a threat to your entire lawn because they produce thousands [...]

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    Fall is the best time of the year to think about getting your lawn Aerated!! The soil in your lawn gets compacted down more and more each year because of heavy foot traffic and lawn cutting. Ideally, you should turn over and cultivate the soil like you do with your gardens each year. Because the grass is on top of the soil we cannot get under to turn it over, so this is where Aerating solves [...]

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    Remove fallen leaves. Mulched leaves added to the garden in small amounts provide rich organics to next year's flowers and shrubs. Cut your lawn short to make it easier to get the leaves and leave the last cut short as well to reduce trapping moisture and mold growth. Aerate to loosen the soil. Fertilizer with the right blend for your soils. Edge garden beds and you're all set! Enjoy [...]

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