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Protecting Your Artificial Grass Investment

Posted on June 30th, 2021

Protecting Your Artificial Grass – ‘We Keep It Green’ as we like to say at Turf Unlimited. Changing climates means changing with the times. As our customers wish to enjoy the benefits of artificial grass, we do our best to keep it green – in more ways than one. We wanted to take some time […]

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Turf Protection from Summer Weeds

Posted on June 17th, 2021

Summer Weeds – There’s nothing quite like the feeling of coming home from a long hard day and casting your gaze upon your beautiful lawn. There is a sense of calm that gardening brings – whether it’s when you’re hard at work with your next lawn treatment project or whether it’s when you take a […]

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Smart Irrigation Must-Haves

Posted on June 15th, 2021

Smart irrigation has become something of a ‘no-brainer’ when it comes to caring for your garden and its plants. Technology is changing our lives in so many positive ways, and when it comes to the introduction of smart irrigation to our gardens and our lawns, this is something that Turf Unlimited is happy to embrace. […]

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Could Your Lawn Chemicals Be Poisonous To Your Family And Pets

Posted on June 10th, 2021

Could Your Lawn Chemicals Be Poisonous – Picture the scene: summer is here, and it’s a great day for a family barbecue. The kids are playing rough and tumble on the lawn with their friends while the family pets are in on the action. It’s the American dream – quality time with your loved ones, […]

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Maintaining Lawn During COVID-19

Posted on April 29th, 2021

Like most businesses, maintaining lawn and landscaping companies have had to suspend or change how they do business during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even if your business was lucky enough to be deemed essential and able to carry on operating during this time, you would have probably found that most people have been hesitant to go […]

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How Can Overseeding Help Your Lawn?

Posted on April 23rd, 2021

Is your lawn looking a little tired or patchy? It might be time to consider overseeding your turf. If done correctly, overseeding will help reinvigorate your lawn and help your grass look greener, thicker, and healthier. Overseeding is a tried and tested, simple method to fill in some bare spots, as well as improve your […]

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Spring Lawn Care Tips for a Healthy Lawn in Massachusetts

Posted on March 30th, 2020

One of the most important times for a lawn is the spring. Once the temperature warms up and our grass wakes up after being dormant all winter, it’s gonna need all the help it can get. Spring lawn care benefits you by creating a healthy foundation to start the year. With the right lawn care strategy this year, you can make your summer and fall lawn care so much easier. Here are a few spring lawn care tips for your Massachusetts lawn.

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Spring Sprinkler Start Up: Safely Starting Your Spring Irrigation

Posted on March 23rd, 2020

Now that spring is approaching, it’s time to start thinking about the lawn again. It could be argued that irrigation is the single most important part of lawn care. Without water, the lawn has no chance. So, when spring comes around and it’s time to start up those sprinkler systems, doing it right is essential. Here are a few spring sprinkler start up tips to help you safely start your irrigation this year.

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When is the Best Time to Plant a Tree? An Argument for Spring

Posted on February 27th, 2020

When it comes to planting trees, timing is everything. Choosing the perfect time to plant your new tree helps set the tree up for a healthy start to its life. So, when is the best time to plant a tree? Here in Massachusetts, spring is a popular time to plant trees for a reason. An argument could be made that spring is the best time to plant a tree in Massachusetts.

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Snow Mold Control: Identifying and Preventing Snow Mold This Spring

Posted on February 18th, 2020

Snow mold is a common spring problem here in Massachusetts. It could be growing under the snow right now, spreading through your wet, matted grass and excess thatch. When the snow finally melts this spring, you could be looking at quite an ugly mess. Here are a few tips on snow mold control so you can identify and prevent snow mold in your Massachusetts lawn.

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