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Feb

23

Spring Dead Spot-Is My Lawn Dying?

Spring dead spot can be alarming when it shows up in your lawn.  Spring dead spot is a problem, but no, its presence does not indicate that your lawn...

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Feb

22

What Weed Is That?

Our weed of the week is wild garlic. The stems of this plant are shorter and finer textured than those of wild onion, but people commonly refer to this...

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Feb

14

Stand Up to Winter Kill

  “Winter Kill” It probably makes you shudder just saying it, even if you’re not sure what it means. Winter kill simply refers to the damage your lawn can...

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Feb

05

Benefits of Hiring a Pest Control Professional

When roaches, ants, mice or some other pest enter your home, you probably have considered hiring a professional for help.  Seeking the help of a professional in these situations...

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Jan

29

Should You Remove the Leaves From Your Lawn?

Leaves are a great source of organic matter for your lawn. Nutrients are returned to the soil as the leaves decompose. So, the more leaves the better, right? Not...

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Nov

06

Where Did All of These Ladybugs Come From?

Your home may have been invaded in the last few days by an army of ladybugs.  Technically, you are likely seeing Asian Lady Beetles which are slightly different from...

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Mar

10

How Much Sunlight Does Grass Really Need?

“How much sunlight does grass really need?” is an important question to ask if you are struggling with thin or bare areas in your lawn.  We all would like...

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Feb

24

Spring Is Here and It’s Time to Mow……Or Is It?

Late winter into early spring is great time to mow your lawn lower to remove the dormant, brown grass blades, particularly if you have bermuda grass or zoysia grass....

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