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Contract Completion Report; City of Dover

During the winter of 2015, Lawnmark Plus was approached to supply a bid to care for the turf of two sites in the City of Dover using our Organic program.  The city had been asked to dedicate two sites to […]

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Help! My Lawn is Turning WHITE!

Over the last week or so we’ve begun getting quite a few inquiries about discoloration in our customers lawns and I wanted to take a quick moment to address the concern.
Many of our customers who have been with us for […]

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What’s the deal with fertilizing in March?

New Hampshire’s Turf Fertilzer Law What You Should Know
“Nitrogen and phosphorus are nutrients essential for the growth of plants. However, an overabundance of these nutrients causes pollution in waterways. In New Hampshire, more than half of the nitrogen pollution to […]

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Lawnmark Avoids these Things Already!

5 Chemicals in Lawn Fertilizer You Want To Avoid
Originally posted at Care.com. on May 17.

Lawn chemicals are designed to kill weeds and bugs. But they can harm people, too, which is why so many communities are banning or minimizing their […]

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Snow Mold? You don’t say.

I just wrote a piece about snow mold and posted it over at BeeSafe Lawns.
If you have a burning interest in what the matted down or puffy pink stuff on your grass as the snow melts actually is….feel free to […]

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Enter Our Winter Giveaway!

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Is Frozen Grass a Bad Thing? Your lawn in late winter.

In many parts of the country a relatively early snowfall helped put a very swift end to the lawn care season.  With many lawn services attempting to finish up for the season the early end to their financial opportunity can […]

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Weekly Watering Advice for Week Ending June 21

WEEKLY WATERING ADVICE. While last nights soaking thunderstorms were helpful, the previous seven days only brought .73 inches of rain fall and that isn’t enough to keep your lawn happy. With almost no rain forecasted for the coming week your […]

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