As fall arrives in Michigan, fall pests such as boxelder bugs, cluster flies, Asian lady beetles, and stink bugs will be on the hunt for a place to remain warm and cozy. Make sure your house is properly maintained. At Go Green, we can protect your home from annoying fall pests.
Aeration and overseeding could be your turf’s lifesaver but is often looked over because the common homeowner with little experience isn’t normally familiar with the process. Core aeration combined with overseeding will create an environment for your lawn to flourish.
Here in Michigan, spring could either be just around the corner or a few months away. Either way, preparing for lawn care strategy for the spring is a great idea. Use this time wisely so you can be prepared for spring lawn problems like weeds, lawn debris, mosquito infestations, and more. Here are a few tips to help you prepare your Michigan lawn for spring.
It’s no secret that winter here in Michigan can be long and devastating for our lawns. In the spring, it’s not entirely uncommon to find dead or dying patches of grass under the melting snow. Winter kill is the general term used to describe many different forms of winter lawn damage that results in the decline or death of grass. There are many different causes of winter kill in Michigan, here are four of the most common ones.