How Can Go Green Lawn Services Help You With Snow Mold?

During the cold weather of early spring, snow mold damage may become highly noticeable as matted, crusty looking areas. As your lawn dries out, snow mold will eventually disappear. Unfortunately, infected areas may remain as weak or even dead turf. Areas that are being affected by drifting snow or have piles of deposited snow are also prone to snow mold.

At Go Green Lawn Services, we offer residential lawn care services in Delaware County, PA, such as aeration, fertilization programs, and tick lawn treatments in Newtown, PA. Reach out to us for a free estimate on any of our services at 610-285-7947.