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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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  • How to Get Rid of and Control Armyworms In Your Yard April 29, 2022
    When armyworms invade a territory, there can be destruction on your lawn. However, with the help of one of our professional Lawn Doctor technicians, you can protect your environment from destructive worms. Read through as we take you through some important facts about the armyworms. What Are Armyworms? Armyworms are pests that destroy by consuming...
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  • How to Aerate Your Lawn April 29, 2022
    Lawns are an investment, so you want to make sure you are taking care of them properly. One crucial part of the lawn care process is aeration. Aeration is the process of perforating the lawn to release CO2 and allow oxygen to the plant roots. Aeration also removes thatch and increases drainage. Why You Should...
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  • How to Get Rid of Weeds in Your Lawn’s Grass April 6, 2022
    Many people dream of a lush and green lawn to enjoy all summer long. But often this dream is dashed by weeds popping up between the blades of grass. Occasionally, the weeds can get out of control and overtake a yard. Some people worry about treating a weed crisis because they worry they may accidentally...
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  • Are Grass Clippings Good for My Lawn? October 26, 2020
    Lawn care service experts are regularly asked if grass clippings are good for lawns and what to do with grass clippings. The short answer is yes: clippings can be healthy for your lawn. “Grasscycling” is a technical-sounding word that means leaving your grass clippings behind when you mow. It’s a common practice that helps build...
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  • What’s the Best Way to Get Rid of Leaves On Your Lawn? October 26, 2020
    Leaves are a symbol of fall – there is a reason Frank Sinatra’s song “Autumn Leaves” is a classic. At this time of year, people like to go see fall foliage, decorate with leaf-colored items around the house, and children play in large piles of leaves. But as fun as romping in the leaves or...
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