August 2012 Rain Update- Raleigh Lawn care and Landscaping
Raleigh Lawn Care and Landscaping Professionals
The Rains have been keeping the soils very moist throughout the Triangle this past week. Crabgrass and sedges are at their worst growing and spreading rapidly to make a freshly cut lawn look shaggy within 3-5 days. We are finishing our spraying routes so we can allow for the 3 week delay before we can re-seed lawns. Optimum aeration can be achieved in the Raleigh area around mid to late September depending on the soil temperatures. Since Turfgrass lives in a micro-climate, air temperatures have very little to do with how well the grass will grow. Finding the right balances is what we specialize in as Certified Turfgrass Professionals.
Ryan Walsh, Founder & Owner
Hi and thank you so much for visiting Capital City Groundskeeping. We’re a full service lawn care and groundskeeping company based out of Raleigh, North Carolina. I started performing lawn maintenance to my clients with one philosophy in mind: provide consistent, superior service while building lasting relationships within our community. As a recent graduate of North Carolina State University, B.S. Turfgrass Science and Biological Sciences, I’ve grown passionate about lawn care and enjoy learning about the constantly growing green industry. After founding CCG over ten years ago, I’m proud in the growth we’ve achieved and excited about our future projects. My name is Ryan Walsh and I look forward to speaking with you about your lawn care questions and groundskeeping goals.
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