51- The Final Hurdle: Helping Your Lawn Through August

We’re into August and heading towards “The Final Hurdle,” as Ete refers to this last push in the struggle to keep lawns healthy through the summer. What should your expectations be for your lawn during this time of year? What sort of problems should you be watching out for right now? What specific steps can …

49- Weeds and Weed Control: An Overview

Weeds. What are they and how do you get rid of them? Today’s episode is an overview of weeds. Ete discusses some often overlooked steps in controlling weeds: identifying the weed, identifying the category the weed belongs to, and understanding its life cycle. You’ll learn some of the terminology you’ll often hear in the weed …

#42- How Long Till These Weeds Die?

You (or your lawn service) have just applied weed control to those hideous weeds on your lawn. Now how long do you have to wait until they’re dead and finally out of your sight? An hour? A day? A week? Well, as with all things lawn care, it depends on a lot of factors. What …

#40 – What Can I Do About Thistle?

Canada, musk, scotch, bull. Today we’re discussing thistle. They are undeniably striking plants, but you don’t want them on your property. Many of them are considered noxious weeds and are extremely invasive. With some plants dropping as many as 20,000-40,000 seeds per head, infestation can happen before you know it. Learn how to give yourself …

#38- Do I Need To Dethatch (or Power Rake) My Lawn?

Today Ete talks dethatching and power raking. What is thatch? When and why is it a problem? How can you determine if your lawn has too much thatch and what should you do if it does? What is power raking and how do you do it? Get all your thatch and power raking questions answered …

#37- Why Would I Plant Clover In My Lawn?

Today Ete discusses microclover. Planting microclover–a variety of clover with small dark, green leaves that grows low to the ground–in your lawn could be a great way for you to help keep your lawn looking green and growing healthy. Microclover is a “nitrogen fixer,” and has been shown to decrease the need for nitrogen fertilizer …

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