By Paul Schmitt
With the later than normal start to summer, area lawn care businesses have had to make adjustments to their treatment systems. Typically initial lawn treatments begin in late April or early May. This year’s late snow storm in April and cooler spring had lawn care experts scrambling to try to stay on schedule. Trevor Marin of Lawn & Landscape Specialists explains what his crews did to catch up.
Marin says the second application will be later than the usual end of May, but all four treatments will eventually be executed. Dandelions came fast and furious this spring, according to Marin. He says the good news is that the reported lawn damage by grubs this spring was considerably less than the past few years. You can find summer lawn care tips with this story below.