**Please excuse the audio quality in this podcast. Matt and I are unable to record together in the studio during this challenging time and will be recording Down the Garden Path from our homes for the foreseeable future. We are currently working to find ways to improve the sound quality for future episodes.**
With a new month, comes a new topic on Down the Garden Path. This month on Down The Garden Path, we’re talking all about lawn care! When it comes to our lawns, we’re all a bit fanatical. So, this month we’re going discuss what it takes to get a beautiful lawn. From lawn care 101, to artificial turf, pest and diseases, and everything in between, we’ve got the tips and tricks to get you growing a green oasis that’ll make you the talk of the neighbourhood.
Tune into this week’s podcast to learn more about caring for your lawn.
We discuss lawn care in each season and when to:
- start watering
- apply nematodes or Scotts Grub B Gone Max Grub Killer
and answer some common questions:
- Is it too soon to rake?
- What’s a good mowing height?
- How long does it take for corn gluten to work?
- Can I alternate toxic and organic lawn care products?
- How long does it take for corn gluten to take effect?
- What should the nighttime temperature be before seeding?
Our lawn care theme continues for all of April. Join us later this month for more helpful “lawn care” podcasts:
- 20th -Artificial Turf with Brian Park
- 27th – Lawn Issues
Each week on Down The Garden Path, professional landscape designers Joanne Shaw and Matthew Dressing discuss down-to-earth tips and advice for your plants, gardens and landscapes. We do our best to bring you interesting, relevant and helpful topics to help you keep your garden as low maintenance as possible.
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