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Is it beneficial to begin lawn care in the Fall?

A very common question we receive about lawns every year once the kids go back to school. My answer: Absolutely! Lawns will actually do their best growing for the next 3 months (September, October and November). It’s the best part…

How to control your weeds in 7 Steps – Lawn Care 101

This weekend when you get your green thumb going, it’s important to remember 7 key things when it comes to your lawn. Whether you have hired a lawn care company or have decided to try and give-it-a-go all by yourself,…

Earth Day prelude- Learn Professional lawn care tips at St.James Park in Toronto

MEDIA RELEASE April 17, 2012 Volunteers return to St. James Park Event will demonstrate turf maintenance is simple and fun TORONTO, Ont. — Last December, over 150 green industry professionals volunteered and donated new sod, soil, mulch and labour valued…

What should I look for in a lawn care guarantee?

We had a surprising call the other day. A potential customer called our sales and service line for a quote on some lawn & tree care. This is common, and the plant health specialist who took the call was happy to…

LUMPY BUMPY LAWNS: Rolling not a good idea for lawns

Kind of sounds like a song by Billy Ray Cyrus, doesn’t it? Common questions each Spring are “why is my lawn bumpy?” and “how do I fix a bumpy lawn”? Here is another from one of our customers: Hi Kyle, It’s here…

Check out what is happening at St.James Park! LAWNS are just as good as trees

Media Release December 6, 2011 Breathing new life into St. James Park New turfgrass will revive green space damaged by Occupy Toronto protest TORONTO — After five weeks playing host to Occupy Toronto protesters, the lawn at Toronto’s St. James…

Take action against weeds – what you can do to reduce weeds on your lawn.

The Province of Ontario has banned chemical pest control and while the new organic alternatives are very effective, they do not provide the immediate results of the past. “There are no more magic bullets,” as Kyle our CEO likes to…

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