Here in Connecticut, we know all too well about the dangers of ticks. When it comes to mosquito and tick-borne illnesses, this has been a pretty bad year for Americans, especially in the North East. Unfortunately for us, the threat isn’t over when fall rolls around. In fact, fall can be a very active time as ticks begin searching for a host or home to for them to overwinter on or in. Here are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to fall tick control.
Summer may be over but that doesn’t mean the joy of lawn maintenance has to come to an end. Fall offers a whole new host of opportunities to get creative with your yard and help it prepare for the cold months that lie ahead. You put a lot of work into your yard this year, don’t let it go to waste. Getting your yard ready for winter will help pull it through our long Connecticut winters and help it green up quickly in the spring.
Whether you have just moved into a brand new home with no grass or you just want to start from scratch, you want lush green grass and you want it fast. When it comes to starting a new lawn you have three choices: grass seed, sod, or hydroseeding.