It’s vacation time! Whether you’re going away for one week or more, your lawn will definitely not be part of the trip! Since it might miss you during your absence, it is necessary to take some precautions to ensure its well-being during your time away. In this article, we share our best tips for a […]
Walking barefoot on the lawn, what a great feeling! Feels great, doesn’t it? Here are our tips on how to maintain a healthy, green lawn, spring through fall. Taking Care Of Your Lawn What To Do Every Season? SPRING Cleaning up: Get to work, clean up and rake! Remove branches, twigs, and leaves that have […]
Spring is the time when many gratefully welcome the return of sunny days. This also marks the return of a yellow flower, same sunny colour, different welcome, the dandelion. Dandelions Everywhere Dandelion, from French dent de lion, is a sun loving perennial and earned its name from its notched leaves resembling the teeth of a […]
Whether you are ready to hear this or not, winter is coming our way. As naturally as you would for your car, your clothes—and your mind! —, your lawn needs to get ready for the cold season. Here are six maintenance tasks and preventive measures to maximize your chances of getting a healthy, green lawn […]
Many consider fertilizing the lawn a spring task; however, it’s not the only time. Although, summer has come and gone and the lawn is about to go into dormancy, fall fertilizing is just as important, if not more than in the spring. In this article, our Nutrite Experts explain all you need to know about […]
our lawn needs more than the fertilizer to be green healthy. Watch this video to learn more about the coring and topdressing and benefits associated with these services.
What’s grasscycling? What’s the best mowing height? Learn all you need to know to grow a healthy lawn with this video.
You can if it was only fertilized. You can’t if it was treated with an herbicide and/or pesticide. In those cases, we suggest you wait 24 hours. The technician will provide you with treatment information either with your bill or in a separate flyer.
You will very rarely notice the effects of spraying on the first day. Synthetic pesticides act slowly, except in optimal conditions (like in the spring). Within a few days, weeds will start drying out around the edges of their leaves and will be completely withered after ten to fourteen days.
Soil injection gets the fertilizer right where you want it—into the root ball of the trees and shrubs you want fertilized. It also means that you lose less fertilizer from runoff.