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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Reminder

Just a reminder the JBTURF prepay discount offer is valid thru 2/29/16, pay early and save!  If you did not recieve your 2016 service estimate please contact us asap jbturf@comcast.net .  If you have recently moved please be sure contact us if you need to discontinue your service or update your info.

JBTURF is hiring, we are looking for liscensed lawncare technician. experience is prefered, although willing to train the right canidate.  email jbturf@comcast.net or call 978-772-4890           --    Thankyou, 

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SNOW MOLD


IMPORTANT  NOTICE

JBTURF SENDING OUT 2019 SERVICE ESTIMATES IN  JANUARY       

    LOOK FOR YOURS IN THE MAIL or EMAIL

SELECT AND PREPAY YOUR SERVICE ONLINE - THANK YOU!

>PLEASE  CALL  WITH  ANY  QUESTIONS<


ITS BEEN A LONG HARD WINTER, AND SPRING IS FINALLY AROUND THE CORNER!  AS THE SNOW COVER SLOWLY MELTS AWAY, THERE MAY BE A FEW SURPRISES LEFT BEHIND. 

 YOU MAY SEE SOME UNSIGHTLY DAMAGE FROM

  • SNOW PLOWING AND REMOVAL
  • SALT AND CHEMICAL ICE MELT
  • SNOW MOLD LAWN DISEASE
  • WINTER KILL TO TURF PLANTS

JBTURF RECOMMEND THAT YOU REMOVE DEBRIS THEN RAKE OUT OR DETHATCH YOUR LAWN ASAP.  THIS WILL HELP BREAK UP MATTED DOWN AREAS, AND ALLOW AIR INTO THE THATCH AND ROOT ZONE. WE RECOMMEND A GYPSUM APPLICATION FOR SALT OR PET DAMAGED TURF.  AS TEMPERATURES RISE AND THE TURF IS FERTILIZED, YOU WILL LIKELY SEE SOME REGROWTH IN THESE DAMAGED AREAS.  IF DEEMED NECESSARY, THE TURF MAY NEED TO BE RESEEDED. THOUGH FALL IS THE BEST TIME FOR RESEEDING, SEVERE DAMAGE MAY NEED TO BE SEEDED RIGHT AWAY.


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