Archives for Lawn Care

Summer is upon us again! In the world of lawn care, this means a shift away from weed and insect management and into drought stress management and fungicide treatments. If Groundhog Landscaping is not performing lawn maintenance services for you, your turf grass is begging you to shift just two of your lawn maintenance strategies… Read More »

In 2014 we launched an entirely new division at Groundhog Landscaping. The idea behind Groundhog Turf Care was to provide professional landscape pest management services to our clients. As a landscape construction and maintenance company, we are full throttle every season from mulching and mowing maintenance to commercial snow and ice management in the winter.… Read More »

The ground is barely thawed out and you’ve already got lawn damage from moles tunneling under the turf. Anxious to be on top of the lawn care this year, you run out to the home improvement store and there, on a pallet by the door, is your answer – buy a bag of Grub-Ex and… Read More »

At Groundhog Landscaping, we have done a lot of irrigation quotes this summer. New Hampshire has been experiencing severe drought since the spring of 2015 and it has taken its toll on lawns. Many of our new lawn sprinkler installation customers told us they were watering by hand but ultimately gave up and lost the… Read More »

Factors Affecting Lawn Disease – by Nick Makris We hope everyone had a happy and safe Independence Day.   Here’s an update as to what we are seeing on landscapes, what we are currently applying to your turf and why we are applying each application. First, we are continuing to see a lot of fungal activity given the… Read More »

By Nick Makris We are starting to see a lot of lawn diseases such as red thread, leaf spot, dollar spot and, brown patch.  These turf diseases become active when humidity and temperatures are high.  Given that the conditions are ideal right now there are a few things that you can do as a homeowner… Read More »