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Spring time lawn

When it comes to preventing crabgrass, timing is everything. Crabgrass is an annual weed, so you’re likely to have to battle it each year—especially if your neighbor...

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Preparing your lawn for the winter season is a critical step toward achieving the healthy green lawn every homeowner longs for. But fall lawn care doesn’t have to be complicated.

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Clean up gardens

Whether to remove faded foliage from perennial plants now or wait till spring is largely a matter of preference. You can cut perennials back once their leaves and stems have lost their color, or leave them in place...

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Your lawn can have a massive positive effect on our environment. The average residential lawn, if healthy provides enough oxygen for a family of four. Due to a deep root system a well-cared for lawn will also reduce water run-off...

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After a long winter, another spring filled with warm, sunny days will soon be here. If you had trouble with your lawn last season we want to help create a thick, lush green lawn for the 2016 season. 

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Annual Weather Summary: November 2015 to October 2016

Winter will be colder than normal, with near- to slightly below-normal precipitation and below-normal snowfall. The coldest period will be from late December through early February. The snowiest periods will be in mid-November,...

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Improve soil

Fall is a great time to amend your soil, when there’s lots of time for the additions to be incorporated before it’s time to plant again.

One of the easiest improvements you can make is to spread 1 to 2...

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Remove diseased plants

One cleanup chore you don’t want to delay is removing diseased plant material. Clean it up thoroughly, including leaves that have fallen to the ground.

That way, you’ll help to prevent disease-causing organisms from spending the winter in the...

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Clean up gardens

Whether to remove faded foliage from perennial plants now or wait till spring is largely a matter of preference. You can cut perennials back once their leaves and stems have lost their color, or leave them in place...

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It’s fall, when the garden winds down and nature prepares for a long winter sleep.

This is the time of year for cleaning up the lawn and garden and getting them ready for the cold months ahead. Here are some chores...

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Wait before the soil dries before working on your yard.

If possible, aerate your lawn to help relieve compaction from the snow over the winter.

Use a soft rake to rake the lawn. This will help rid your lawn of debris...

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Spring Outlook 2015: Long-range forecast for the Markham area and the rest of Ontario

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Believe it or not... Spring is coming.

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It's that time of year again! You should be preparing your lawn for a strong root system. Are you fertilizing? 

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Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

-Sutter Lawn Services team 

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