Do NOT let your fruit damage your lawn

Hey everyone fall is here. And that means things are falling from the trees. And I especially want to point out today your fruit trees and walnut trees and trees of those types. Those things that are falling can really damage your lawn over the winter. They can be really acidic they can smother out your lawn and really cause your lawn to not be as thick and as vibrant as it could have been when you get to next year. So if you want to have a Great Lawn next year, now’s the time to get started. Make sure and keep things clean. So if you need help, give us a call and otherwise that’s it for today. Have a great day. Bye.

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