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Hey now, there's no need to get salty! šŸ˜„

Start 2019 off right by reading our latest blog about salt damage.
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Last I 'herd,' today is the first Hump Day of 2019! šŸŖ
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Finish your final mow before the snow! šŸŒØļø

The final mow before winter should be adjusted so that the lawn is cut shorter than usual. This can help prevent disease over the winter, as longer grass gets easily matted down, making it ideal for diseases to damage the lawn.
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#TipTuesday // Waste not want not! Leaves are a great source of carbon, potassium, and phosphorus. For a cost-effective and all-natural compost, save mulched leaves for next spring. They'll add natural beauty to your garden beds! šŸ

In case you missed it, here is our blog about fall raking: https://hubs.ly/H0fdJ700
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The many 'signs' of a Nutri-Lawn autumn! šŸ‚ā›…
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Three cheers for October! šŸŽƒšŸ
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The optimal timing for fall fertilizer would be when the shoot growth of the turf stops and before the ground freezes! Depending on where you are in Canada, this timing would most likely be anywhere from early October to late November. ā›·ļø

Read our latest blog to learn more!
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#TipTuesday // It never hurts to be prepared, on the lawns and off! Once leaves are piling up on your grass you should start taking steps to prepare for winter, such as winterizer blends of fertilizer & fall raking.

For more information, download our free fall eBook: https://hubs.ly/H0f7L190
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It's officially sweater weather! šŸ˜Š

Time to put on your favourite fall hoodie and head outside for some lawn care fun.
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Regular liming can do a wealth of good for your grass, especially in fall! šŸ’š Read our latest blog to learn more.
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