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282 Knox Marsh Rd
Madbury, NH 03823

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Madbury, NH 03823

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Stratham, NH 03885

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Allegro Lawn, a Division of LandCare Associates, is the LandCare answer to healthy, professional and responsible lawn care.

Allegro offers 3 primary lawn treatment programs:

The Standard Program, Premier Program and Organic Program.

The programs and all their components can be blended for the aspects that are relevant to your property and the needs of your lawn. With our optional services, you can have a great lawn, that’s healthy, affordable and responsible to you, your family and the neighborhood.



  (To achieve best results, this program is intended as a package only)

  1st App: Pre-emergent crabgrass, weed control & fertilizer

  2nd App: Broadleaf weed control & fertilizer

  3rd App: Surface insect control as needed & fertilizer. Spot weed control

  4th App: Fall fertilizer with spot weed control

  5th App: Lime treatment to reduce soil acidity

  Annual core aeration w/ over seed recommended for all programs

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 (To achieve best results, this program is intended as a package only)

 1st App: Pre-emergent crabgrass, weed control & fertilizer

 2nd App: Broadleaf weed control & fertilizer

 3rd App: Surface insect control as needed & fertilizer. Spot weed control

 4th App: Fall fertilizer with weed control

 5th App: Lime treatment to reduce soil acidity

 6th App: Late fall fertilization

 Grub control- provides 90-day control against infestation

 Post-emergent crabgrass and broadleaf weed control

                   Life Cycle of Lawn Grubs  


Grubs cause damage to healthy turf roots

Grubs are immature Japanese Beetles 



 (To achieve best results, this program is intended as a package only)

 1st App: Organic fertilizer with pre-emergent crabgrass and weed control

 2nd App: Organic fertilizer with broadleaf weed control

 3rd App: Balanced Organic fertilizer with spot weed control

 4th App: Organic Fall fertilizer with spot weed control

 5th App: Lime treatment to reduce soil acidity

We offer pet-friendly lawn programs



These services may be chosen as a 1 time application or combined with any of the programs.

  • Grub Control Preventative with Merit
  • Active Insect Control
  • Core Aeration With Over seeding
  • Post-Emergent Crabgrass Control
  • Lawn Disease Control
  • Shrub and Ornamental Tree Fertilization
  • Late Fall Lawn Fertilization
  • Organic Pelletized Compost


  Aeration & Overseed

It's a fact. Aeration is one of the best things you can do for your lawn. Here's why.

Compacted soil and heavy thatch are the two biggest obstacles to a beautiful lawn. They tend to suffocate grass plants by preventing air, water and nutrients from reaching the root zone. This means your lawn looks less than satisfactory in spite of adequate fertilization, water and tender loving care. Aeration opens up the thatch and helps relieve compaction. It should be a regular part of your annual lawn maintenance program.

Aeration is accomplished through the use of a machine equipped with cylinder-like tines and designed to penetrate and shatter the soil. Cores of thatch, soil and grass are actually pulled out of the ground during this process. The plunging action of the tines opens the soil, allows grass plants to breathe, permits better utilization of fertilizer, air and water and promotes a deeper, healthier root system. And good roots are what growing a good lawn is all about!

Major Benefits of Aeration:

  1. Increases air, water and nutrient movement to the root zone
  2. Intensifies decomposition of the thatch
  3. Helps relieve soil compaction
  4. Stimulates new growth
  5. Improves drainage
  6. Provides a better environment for over seeding
  7. Increases the effectiveness of fertilizers and other lawn care product 



  Turf Tips To Keep Your Lawn Healthy


Regular applications of fertilizer throughout the growing season builds turf density and keepsweeds from taking over. Key nutrients for established turf are nitrogen and potassium. These two nutrients keep your lawn green, thick and healthy. When over seeding the key nutrient is phosphorous. Phosphorous accelerates grass establishment when seeding.


     Proper Watering

Your lawn should receive approximately 1 to 2 inches of water per week during the hottest, driest months. Deep watering to a soil depth of at least six inches is recommended. Light applications of water that merely dampen the grass are of little benefit and can actually harm your lawn.

Watering your lawn in the early morning is ideal. Midday watering, when the weather is hot and dry, can waste water due to excessive evaporation. Evening watering tends to promote disease problems. Keep in mind, the key to effective watering is to give your lawn enough moisture to reach the deep roots of the grass plants.


   Mowing Tips 

Determining when to mow should be based on the growth rate of the grass, not the calendar. To keep your lawn looking its best, remove only about one-third of the leaf blade each time you mow. Another good practice is to change direction with each mowing. This keeps the turf growing in an erect, upright position rather than leaning in the direction it was mowed. It also helps reduce turf wear and the possibility of scalping.

Keep your mower blade/blades sharp, especially if you are using a rotary mower. This is probably the single, most important maintenance practice. Dull blade/blades rip and shred the grass instead of cutting it. This makes the grass susceptible to other problems like disease and insects. With a rotary mower the blade should be sharpened at least twice a year.


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