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Getting off on the right ROOT (foot)

Spring is (finally) in the air and we’re very excited to see that snow melt away! Now, we all want to have a lush, healthy lawn this summer, but what are some of the key steps to help make sure things get off to a good start? For

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Green Unlimited is Hiring – Lawn Technicians & Sales!

We are looking to grow the Green Unlimited family this spring! We’re looking for lawn technicians that are passionate about lawn care, love the outdoors, able to work independently and being a part of a fast paced growing business. As a lawn care technician with Green Unlimited

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Big Changes for 2017!

We are excited to announce that we have some big changes coming to Green Unlimited for the 2017 season! For starters, we will be making a move to become as paperless as we possibly can. How, you may ask? One thing is that we will be emailing

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The Summer That Was

We’re well into February now and it’s never too early to start planning for the upcoming summer ahead, though to do so properly we have to take into account this summer past. Summer 2016 was hot, humid, and dry. This resulted in issues ranging from lawns suffering

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Snow Mold – Get ready – There could be a lot this year.

Snow Mold – Get ready – There could be a lot this year. Given the large amount snow blanketing the nation’s capital, Homeowners should plan to do some light raking as part of their spring routine. This is because the 2014/15 winter conditions have been favorable to

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The Bugs of Summer

The Bugs of Summer Now that July is getting into its warm days and humid nights we are starting to see the troubles that this type of weather brings to our yards. With the exception of the odd June Beetle Chafer, living out its first of two

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Snow Mold Warning – Green Unlimited Lawn Saving Tips

Spring Can be an Ugly Affair Snow Mold Warning – Green Unlimited Lawn Saving Tips Patches of different shades brown turf on GTI research range There is definitely dead Poa annua that died of anoxia (too many days under the ice cover), Poa annua that may have died from direct low

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How to Properly Mow Your Lawn

The Best Way to Mow Your Lawn The most important thing to remember when it comes to cutting your lawn is the fraction 1/3. That is the maximum amount leaf blade you can remove from the plant with any mowing. If your lawn is 3 inches high to

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Making sure the grass is always “Greener” for everyone!

Making sure the grass is always “Greener” for everyone! You don’t need chemical pesticides to have a beautiful lawn… and it isn’t as complicated as you might think! With the  provincial government’s position on traditional pest controls, it is now necessary to develop more in-depth agronomic strategies to achieve

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White Grubs

White Grubs What are they? White grubs are the larvae of certain beetles, like June beetles, Japanese Beetles and European Chafers. Grubs are one of the hardest lawn pests to deal with. Grubs are white or yellowish and have fleshy, wrinkled, C-shaped bodies with tan or brown heads

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