June 2021 Newsletter
We at Nogas Landscaping hope this newsletter finds you and yours well as we begin the summer season.
Just a quick note on timelines — Grub control will begin at the end of June and should be completed by the end of July. If you have not returned the grub control proposal, and wish to be included, please contact our office as soon as possible to get on the schedule. Also, the first round of bush trimming should be completed by July 4th. Furthermore, it is never too early to make plans for the fall season. We are happy to schedule walk-throughs and assessments for upcoming maintenance at any time.
And because it wouldn’t be Illinois without constantly changing weather, we have to adjust our services accordingly. You may notice that during times of little to no rainfall or drought conditions, our mowing services will be cut back. Please be aware that this is a measure taken to protect the turf. Mowing the grass too short or too often in times of drought can have devastating consequences. The turf can become worn, injured or even unable to recover once the rain and cooler temperatures return. Keeping the grass higher will retain photosynthetic leaf material and aid in moisture retention. If you have any questions regarding this practice, please contact our office.
As always, we appreciate your business and look forward to continuing to provide the highest quality services. Stay safe, and contact us with any questions or concerns.