Dandelions: Turning Residential Lawns Into a Carpet of Yellow

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 […]

6 Backyard Tasks You Must Add to Your To-do List Before the Winter

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 […]

The Reason Why Fertilizing Your Lawn in the Fall Matters

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 […]

Core aeration and top dressing

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.

Mowing and grasscycling

What’s grasscycling? What’s the best mowing height? Learn all you need to know to grow a healthy lawn with this video.

SHOULD I LEAVE THE CLIPPINGS ON MY LAWN?

If the clippings are long, you should collect them or they will create shade. If your lawn is dense and healthy and the clippings are 1 to 3 cm in length, you can leave them. However, you should always collect the clippings, no matter how long they are, if the weeds in your lawn are […]