• Creeping Charlie

    I believe I've read all your answers to previous questions re: Creeping Charlie in lawns. In my case in Toronto, this weed has been creeping into one section of our lawn from neighbouring lawns on two sides and keeps spreading.   I ...

  • Lawns

    (1) What is the best time of the year, and in what order, to dethatch, aerate, reseed, and top dress my lawns? Eg., if you aerate after reseeding, does that kill or scatter the seeds? (2) How often throughout the year ...

  • Leaves For Composting

    In the same property, there is a tree and grass surrounding it. I've been told that the maple leaf doesn't make good mulch for the grass. So, instead of using the leaves for mulch, the leaves end up in the yard ...

  • Watering lawns in GTA: season length

    How far into the fall should we water lawn grass?  The ground seemed moist this morning, when I looked at some plugs from my water measuring cups insert, as I considered watering this morning, and I postponed it until sunday ...

  • Small Front Lawn

    I just moved to a new house with a small front lawn, but the grass is not in good condition & 1/3 is Impatiens with different colours which I don't like.  Just wanted to get the lawn ready for next ...

  • Creeping Charlie & Herbicides

    Which is better to use for Creeping Charlie? Wipe out or Elimaweed? I am in Etobicoke. I understand it also gets rid of the grass, etc. and I would need to wait a few weeks to plant the grass seed.

  • squirrels digging up my lawn

    Squirrels keep ruining my efforts to grow a lush lawn by digging spiral-like shallow holes in the grass. Recently I raked thatch and dry patches of grass in a thin burnt part of the lawn that I intend to re-seed but ...

  • weedy sod

    If I remove weedy sod (includes coarse invasive grass) to store over the winter in a plastic bag, in the spring may I safely work it into the garden soil without reactivating the weeds? Zone 5 hot dry summers,  

  • plant spacing……….

    I am considering planting a ground cover under a thick maple tree.........ergo needs be drought resistant........and have come up with these possibilities..... * cranesbill (bigroot geranium, bevan's variety) * barrenwort (youngirnum) * bergonia * deadnettle (lamium) and what plant spacing would I need for whatever ...

  • Grass

    Hello, I am developing a smart irrigation system as my university project and I would like to ask you some questions. Could you help me, please? This system will measure the soil moisture where the grass is planted and according to the ...

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