This time of year, it’s not uncommon to see mounds of dirt showing up in your lawn. These mounds come from moles tunneling underground. Left untreated the moles will only multiply and cause greater damage in the spring. I have six such mounds in my own front lawn and have decided it’s time to go to work. Trapping Moles There are a couple of ways to eradicate moles, with trapping or baiting
Spring is finally here and homeowners are always excited to get outside and start working on their lawns. Sometimes this may lead to wanting to do some spring seeding. Before deciding to seed this spring you may want to consider the disadvantages. Spring seeding has a few drawbacks which need to be understood. By seeding in the spring you will have to delay your pre-emergent for crabgrass and foxt
Turf Solution’s standard six-application Lawn Care Program is designed to provide the foundation necessary for healthy turf year-round. Every Turf Solution’s technician is trained and certified to apply just the right products at just the right time. Application #1 Early Spring Application Pre-emergent weed control for crabgrass and other grassy weeds Fertilizer to promote spring green up.
This spring, as the temperatures start to rise to 70 degrees be on the lookout for clover mite damage to the lawns. Large areas of the lawn can turn brown from mite feeding and is often mistaken for winter kill. Clover mites are related to spiders and ticks and are often found inside the house crawling around window sills and other sunny warm areas. Clover mites can be distinguished from other spe
With long periods of snow cover like we are having right now we may soon begin to see symptoms of snow mold. Lawns covered in snow for an extended period of time are more likely to have winter injury from a low temperature parasitic fungi because the snow cover creates a perfect microenvironment for the spores to colonize. There are several varieties of snow mold. Some require snow cover, while