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Late Spring Newsletter 2010

Is compacted soil hurting my lawn?

aeration
A core aerator takes out plugs of soil
and leaves holes to loosen soil and get air
to the roots.
© Steve Trusty

Soil compaction is a primary cause of an unhealthy lawn. Aerating can help relieve soil compaction, and spring is an excellent time to do it.

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Why should I prune flowering shrubs?

pruning
When pruning, make the cut as close
to the branch of origin as possible.
© Corona Clipper

There are a number of reasons to prune flowering shrubs. Done properly, pruning can be very beneficial.

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How do I repair ice damaged shrubs?

ice accumulation on shrub
Heavy accumulations of ice and snow
can damage shrubs.
© Nicole Lawton

It is important to catch ice damage early and take the necessary steps to help your plant maintain health.

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What should I know about fertilizing my lawn?

fertilized lawn
A properly maintained lawn is pleasing to the eye
and good for the environment.
© Steve Trusty

A healthy lawn not only looks good, but it is good for the environment when properly cared for. A few simple reminders will assure you are following best management practices.

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