Time to Dust Off the Mower

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Has spring finally arrived? Based on the winter coat I needed to leave the house this morning, it sure doesn’t feel like it. However, now that we’ve made it through this morning’s cold front, the forecast shows we may finally be sliding into a more spring-like pattern. We sure need it! This has been one… Read more »

Late November and Still Mowing…

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Here it is late November, and still, we have high temperatures in the 60’s and 70’s.  While it has made the job of decorating homes with Christmas lights much more comfortable, it is not what we would like to see as far as turf and landscapes are concerned. I have been noticing many landscapes around… Read more »

Put Your Mower to Rest

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With the warm fall, we’ve been mowing lawns a lot deeper into the season, but the grass will be slowing down soon. If you are done mowing for the year, it’s a good idea to service your mower before putting it away for the season. Make sure you drain the gas tank of gasoline-powered engines… Read more »

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It’s early May in North Carolina and we’ve had some good rains to perk up our fescue and other grasses. So lawns should be mowed consistently now. It always amazes me that we have some customers who put off that first spring mowing for as long as they can, letting the turf get really tall… Read more »