Summer is finally here and after a long winter, it’s easy to forget how important it is to keep our kids and pets safe in the summer. Summer brings about fun in the sun, picnics, cook outs and so many more fun and relaxing opportunities for friends and families to gather. Keep those summer activities fun by keeping kids safe. Summer brings warmth and sunshine, but it also brings pests and bugs. These pests will invade your home and yard. It’s important to keep kids and pets safe from pests and bugs like mosquitoes, fleas and ticks. Such insects can be known to transmit diseases like West Nile virus and Lyme disease, so prevention from bites is the best way to avoid these diseases. Top Lawn offers a mosquito control program that can reduce your mosquito population by 80%!
Perimeter pest will protect your home from insects looking for food and shelter. Imagine relaxing on your back deck with 80% less mosquitoes or not seeing earwigs and spiders this summer, sounds good to me.
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Mowing practices can have a huge effect on the appearance and health of your lawn. Following these guidelines can help give you the results you desire
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What is wrong with my lawn?
The disease causing this problem has been identified as Ascochyta leaf blight. Ascochyta leaf blight cause large irregular patches of turf to quickly turn straw-brown in color and appear dead. From a distance the symptoms resemble drought stress. The difference is that the symptoms of Ascochyta may appear quickly or overnight.
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What is growing in my lawn?
Following a record cold April, recent warm temperatures and timely rainfall have lawns exploding in growth. In addition to surging top-growth, seedheads are also appearing. The common lawn grasses – Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass and tall fescue – all produce seedheads as do grassy weeds such as annual bluegrass (Poa annua). Seedhead production requires energy from the plant, so it is likely the turf will not only look stemmy due to the seed stalks, but the turfgrass may even lose density.
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June 2018 Issue