We are getting ready for an exciting weekend, talking with folks at 2017 Worcester Spring Home Show at the DCU Center. Come visit with Jordan Levy, who will be greeting visitors on Saturday March 11th, from 11:00am until 1:00pm. Here's your chance to stop by and chat with the 'Great One' in booth 901, so stop by and check out some ideas for your back yard. We will be at the DCU Center all weekend talking with home owners and property managers about their Spring Landscaping needs.Come see the decorative concrete options we have for you and talk about Landscaping ideas to improve your Curb Appeal and Outdoor Living Areas. Ready to discover the difference that professional Landscape Management, Design and construction can make in your yard.
News from Sunshine Landscaping
This weekend we were interacting with homeowners at the Worcester Spring Home Show at the DCU Center. Jordan Levy was greeting visitors from 11:00am to 1:00pm on Saturday March 5th. Jordan's listeners were able to to stop by and chat with the 'Great One'. Sunshine Landscaping had their new Stump Fire Pit on display and it was a big hit with folks exclaiming how unique it was. We had a great time talking with attendees about their Spring Landscaping needs.
Jordan Levy will be greeting visitors from 11:00am to 1:00pm on Saturday March 7th. Here's your chance to stop by and chat with the 'Great One'. Sunshine Landscaping has created a Waterfall in booth 901, so stop by and check out some ideas for your back yard. We will be at the DCU Center all weekend talking with home owners and property managers about their Spring Landscaping needs.
Written by: Stephen L Crowe, President Sunshine Landscaping Company
In May and June, it rained almost every day, then the rains stopped and the stress on our lawns came from the drought and high temperatures. If you haven't been able to get enough water on your lawn to keep it green, now is the time to consider your lawn care and turf renovation options. Here is an update from Umass Submitted by: Jason Lanier
Here is the recent post from Umass about timely information about current lawn problems. The recent cold rainy weather has been perfect for the fungus to cause unsightly areas in many lawns. Red Thread does not kill the grass and Nitrogen applications can help healthy turf outgrow the symptoms. Currently we are applying Systemic Grub Control with our fertilizer applications, which should help our customer’s lawns look better.
Since the hot dry weather is probably right around the corner, applying fungicides is on the late side. An application next May can help prevent the problem next year, if you need your lawn to look better. Mushrooms are always a problem in lawns and there is no chemical treatment, just mechanically pulling them up and keeping the fruiting bodies from reproducing.
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