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  • Lawn Weed Identification Guide: See the Most Common Weeds September 15, 2022
    Oh no! Lawn weeds! Just when you thought you had your yard looking spick and span, these plants show up to ruin the party. But what exactly are lawn weeds? How can you identify them? And most importantly, how can you get rid of them? Weeds are simply unwanted plants in a particular area. In...
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  • Lawn Rust: What Is it, How to Treat & Prevent It September 15, 2022
    Nothing improves the curb appeal of a property like a freshly mowed lawn. But if your once-healthy turf looks orange or yellow in patches, the chances are it’s developed lawn rust. This common lawn disease can appear and spread quickly when the conditions are right. Luckily, it’s not the end of the world, as there...
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  • How to Overseed Your Lawn & When is The Right Time? September 15, 2022
    Whether you’re just getting started or already have an established lawn, some practices can boost the aesthetic appeal of your yard and make your lawn stand out among your neighbors. One of these practices is overseeding, which can improve the health of your grass and give it a lush, thick appearance. To ensure it goes...
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  • Pre Emergent Herbicide: How to Use & When to Apply September 15, 2022
    Pre-emergent herbicides are products that are applied to the soil before weeds start to emerge. They work by creating a barrier in the soil that prevents weed seeds from germinating. This type of herbicide is often used in lawns and landscapes to prevent weeds from taking over. Using these products can help keep gardens and...
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  • Dethatching your Lawn: What is It, Why Do it, & How to Do It September 15, 2022
    Your lawn is one of the most significant investments you will make in your home and your community, which means that you need to know how to take care of it so that it continues to look good year after year. One of the most important things you can do to maintain its health and...
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  • Lawn care for first time homeowners May 17, 2022
    Where to begin? First-time home ownership is such an exciting time. There are so many decisions to make, everything from choosing paint colors and fixtures to prioritizing home improvement projects. One important area that shouldn’t get overlooked is lawn care and landscaping. Your lawn is the first impression your family and friends will make about...
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  • How to maintain grass May 12, 2022
    What is Lawn Care? Everything you need to know. Everybody wants a lush, green lawn that is the envy of the neighborhood, but most homeowners don’t have the time, patience, or expertise that it takes to create and maintain the picture-perfect lawn of their dreams. The product choices, the timing, what to do, how much...
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  • How to Seed a Lawn April 29, 2022
    How to Seed a Lawn: Tips from the Professionals Lawns are mainly used as recreational areas. They are soil-covered areas in which grasses and other grass-like plants are planted. You should consider having such an area around your house. If you already have one, maintain it to ensure that it is healthy and looks good....
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  • How to Get Rid of Mosquitos April 29, 2022
    How to Get Rid of Mosquitos: Tips from the Professionals Mosquitoes are some of the most dangerous insects in the world. Thousands of people die every year due to mosquito-related diseases. There are roughly 3,000 different mosquito species around the world, and 150 out of those species are found in the United States. Mosquitos carry...
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  • How to Get Rid of Clover in Your Lawn April 29, 2022
    Eliminate Clover From Your Lawn Safely and Effectively What Is Clover? Clover is a plant that is a member of the genus Trifolium, which includes approximately 300 perennial and annual species of the pea family. While clover is not found in Australia or Southeast Asia, it does grow naturally in nearly all subtropical and temperate...
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