Posts filed under: Lawn Health

Heat Stress or Ascochyta Leaf Blight

Good morning! I want to address the dry, brown, straw-like patches in many of the lawns that have shown up again recently. This is due to the extreme heat stress that we had last week when at times we were...
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Why Clean Up Your Leaves?

Now that Fall is here, it’s time to engage in the age-old tradition of raking or blowing our leaves, and we all know that it is not the most pleasant thing to do. Have you ever asked yourself, “Why can’t...
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  • Irrigation Services by ACCLC

We Now Offer Irrigation Services! Sign Up Today!

A Classic Cut Lawn & Landscape has added another new service this year! IRRIGATION Services! If you have an irrigation system, you need to have a reliable company to maintain it for you! With over 17 years experience in irrigation,...
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  • Leaf Removal by A Classic Cut

Time is Running Out for FREE Leaf Pick Up in Noblesville

Are you in need of leaf removal services? It’s better for your lawn to be clear of excess leaves and debris and to have your lawn cut to 3″ before winter comes. We can help with both! If you live in Noblesville,...
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  • "After" A Classic Cut Shrub Trimming, Clean Up and Mulch Installation in Saxony, Fishers

Spring 2018 Officially Starts on March 20th. Are You Ready?

Spring is right around the corner. In fact, it’s just 5 weeks away! Have you started planning for all the exciting changes in weather, longer days and warmer temperatures? So much to do – spring cleaning, both indoors and outdoors....
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Weeds, Weeds, Weeds

Weeds Everywhere! So… the rain has been good and plentiful this year after all… and they said we were going to have a drought this summer! We’ve been very blessed with good rain – and green grass well into late...
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How Much Water Does My Lawn Need?

Watering the Lawn Last week, we were starting to worry about the lack of rain and water for the lawns. This week, Mother Nature seems to be trying really hard to make up for it. Rain is in the forecast every...
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