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Why Your NY Lawn & Landscape Needs Fall Fertilization

October 28, 2015

It’s not yet time to put your Rockland County, NY or your Bergen County, NJ lawn and landscape to bed for the winter. Indeed, fall is the perfect time to fertilize your property before the cold season arrives. The goal of late fall fertilization is twofold: To encourage your lawn and landscape plants to develop… ( read more )

It’s Time to Dethatch Your NY Lawn

September 17, 2015

After a rough summer of high heat, lots of foot traffic and dry conditions, your turfgrass has taken a beating and it needs some help getting back to health. Thatch ~ The Demon that Kills Your Grass Thatch is that layer between your live grass line and the soil line. It’s made up of dead… ( read more )

Get Your NY Turf Back On Track This Fall

August 19, 2015

It’s Time to Schedule Your Core Aeration and Reseeding Appointment Now that it’s late summer, it’s time to make an appointment for your Rockland County, NY or your Bergen County, NJ lawn to be core aerated and reseeded. Fall is the perfect time to have your lawn core aerated and reseeded. It’s the end of… ( read more )

Hold onto Your Valuable Grass Clippings

July 14, 2015

Did you know that by allowing your spent grass clippings to stay on your Rockland County, NY or Bergen County, NJ lawn after each mow benefits your lawn? It’s true. Grass clippings return up to 25% of nitrogen back to your soil. Plus, this yard waste is also a food source for the beneficial bacteria… ( read more )

Giving Grubs the Snub in Bergen County, NJ & Rockland County, NY

June 15, 2015

If you live in Bergen County, New Jersey or Rockland County, New York, you know the damage that grubs can do to your lawn. Most grubs that destroy your lawn are called white grubs. These grubs are immature scarab beetles, such as European chafers, Japanese beetles, and Oriental beetles. Now’s the time to put down… ( read more )

Are Weeds Wreaking Havoc on Your New City, NY Lawn?

April 21, 2015

Let Us Help You Win the Weed War While you’re enjoying the longer days and the warmer temperatures, you probably also have noticed weeds popping up throughout your Bergen County, NJ or Rockland County, NY lawn. At Majestic Lawn and Landscape, we want to help you win the war on weeds. We can assist you… ( read more )

Crabgrass Just Can’t Take a Hint!

March 17, 2015

It’s Time to Get that Pre-emergent Crabgrass Control on Your New City, NY Lawn The snow is starting to melt and it’s feeling more like spring in New City, NY. In a few weeks, the forsythia bush will bloom and that means it’s time to apply pre-emergent crabgrass control on your lawn. Are you wondering… ( read more )

8 Simple Reasons for Maintaining Your Rockland County, NY Lawn

January 27, 2015

You’re probably not thinking about lawn care right now since all of your lawn and landscape is under snow. Yet, spring time will be here before you know it. And you’ll be thinking about mowing and maintaining your lawn throughout the spring, summer, and fall months. Do you ever wonder: “What’s the point of maintaining… ( read more )

Don’t Forget to Fertilize Your Lawn This Fall

October 3, 2013

Spreading Fertilizer

Why Fall Fertilization is Vital for Next Spring’s Growth It’s autumn and a great time to fertilize your lawn, shrubs, and trees in the Rockland, Westchester, Bergen, and Orange Counties, New York region. The top growth of your lawn is slowing down, and your other plants are heading toward winter dormancy. But your plants’ root… ( read more )

Renovating Your Lawn This Fall?

September 10, 2013

Remember the three biggies in lawn renovation: aeration, overseeding, and applying gypsum to your soil It’s finally fall in Rockland, Westchester, Bergen, and Orange Counties, New York, and it’s time to start thinking about renovating your lawn. There are three jobs that you must do in order to successfully renovate your lawn and prepare it… ( read more )

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