Archives for Lawn Care

Factors Affecting Lawn Disease – by Nick Makris We hope everyone had a happy and safe Independence Day.   Here’s an update as to what we are seeing on landscapes, what we are currently applying to your turf and why we are applying each application. First, we are continuing to see a lot of fungal activity given the… Read More »

If you are looking for an amazing selection of flowering shrubs in New Hampshire, June is your go-to month. Shortly after Mother’s Day is over, yards throughout the area start to burst with just about every color in the rainbow, including rhododendrons, azaleas, lilacs, flowering trees and a huge variety of spring bulbs. During this… Read More »

By Nick Makris We are starting to see a lot of lawn diseases such as red thread, leaf spot, dollar spot and, brown patch.  These turf diseases become active when humidity and temperatures are high.  Given that the conditions are ideal right now there are a few things that you can do as a homeowner… Read More »

It’s really nice to find an email like this in your inbox! We appreciate the kind words and will pass this note along to the crew. “We just want you all to know that today’s cleanup activity is easily the best we have ever had by any crew working for us from any company.  Mike, Rick,… Read More »

You’ve probably heard the saying “April showers bring May flowers” – but we would add “weeds, mosquitoes and ticks!” What lawn care companies do in May can determine the success or failure to get a handle on weed growth. At Groundhog Turf Care, we have unofficially declared May to be Love Your Lawn month. Our lawn… Read More »

People occasionally ask us how to save money on lawn care. This is understandable – after all, people want to stretch their hard-earned dollars as much as they can. They don’t want to spend a lot of money on water, grass seed and fertilizer if they don’t have to. Is it really necessary to put down all that… Read More »

Building a new home is a very exciting time – from choosing some of the interior touches like carpet, color and cabinets to helping to plan the landscaping, it can be fun to make these many decisions. In order to make the outside look as amazing as the inside, you have got to set aside… Read More »

Spring has sprung! After a cold, snowy winter, we are ready to resume our Turf Care services. Our first lawn care treatment is packed with vital minerals and weed controls for vibrancy and health. Here is the application process and what we will accomplish throughout the month: Round one (the first application) your technician will apply a balanced… Read More »

Winter in New Hampshire can be fun – but it can also be dangerous. As seasoned commercial snow removal contractors, we have seen how unpredictable winter storms can be. When the snow is coming down at one or 2 inches per hour – you can even be lost in your own neighborhood! In storms like… Read More »

Fall is the best time to plant shade trees in New Hampshire. It’s also a good time to think about “sprucing up” your yard now that summer is over and life is back to normal. When considering the best shade trees for New Hampshire landscapes, you first have to consider why you are planting it.… Read More »