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  • How To Get Rid of Pennywort Weeds October 26, 2023
    What Is Pennywort? Pennywort, or dollar weed, is a perennial broadleaf plant that grows on land or on water. You may see it on your lawn or floating on water. Keep reading to learn how to identify pennywort, how to get rid of it, and prevent it from growing on your lawn. Identifying Pennywort When...
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  • How to Get Rid of Poison Ivy Plants October 26, 2023
    Dealing with poison ivy is manageable but requires extreme caution and vigilance even after treatment. Often, homeowners overlook the plant’s roots after removing the plants themselves, resulting in its return. Today, we share in-depth insight into poison ivy, ways to identify and distinguish it from other plants, when and where it grows, control measures and...
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  • How to Get Rid of Creeping Charlie October 26, 2023
    Creeping Charlie was brought to North America as a medicinal herb and ornamental plant. Since then, the plant has spread rapidly across the country in natural areas, distributed sites and, most commonly, lawns. It reproduces from any small fragment of its root, making it incredibly difficult to get rid of once it gets into your...
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  • Dandelion Weeds: How to Get Rid of Dandelions October 26, 2023
    Dandelions may remind you of summertime and your childhood, but these perennial weeds can be a problem in your lawn. They quickly spread and compete with other plants for nutrients. Dandelion comes from the French word “dent de lion,” or tooth of a lion. They’re usually found in Europe and North America. As a weed,...
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  • Crabgrass Removal: How to Get Rid of Crabgrass October 26, 2023
    As the days get sunnier, dormant plants begin to emerge, bringing new life to the yard. Unfortunately, invasive weed species also make a comeback, including crabgrass. Crabgrass is one of the most troublesome weeds to lawn enthusiasts who take pride in achieving perfectly manicured grass. Identifying Crabgrass Crabgrass germinates in spring and grows throughout the...
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  • Slime Mold on Grass: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment June 16, 2023
    Slime mold on grass is a common problem that many homeowners face. Slime molds are primitive fungi that use living turfgrass plants for structural support. They appear as a slimy, creamy-white or black substance on lawns in moist and warm conditions. Although they are not harmful to the grass, they can be unsightly and unnerving....
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  • Pythium Blight: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment June 16, 2023
    Pythium blight is a fungal disease that affects turfgrass and can cause significant damage to lawns and golf courses. It is caused by the pathogen Pythium aphanidermatum, which thrives in warm, humid conditions and can spread rapidly in wet grass. Symptoms of pythium blight include greasy, water-soaked patches of grass that can quickly turn brown...
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  • Bermuda Grass Care: Tips for a Healthy Lawn June 16, 2023
    Bermuda grass is a popular warm-season grass that is prevalent in many lawns across the United States. It is known for its durability, drought resistance, and ability to withstand high temperatures. However, in order to maintain a healthy and beautiful lawn, proper care and maintenance of Bermuda grass is essential. When it comes to Bermuda...
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  • Best Time to Water Grass April 12, 2023
    When it comes to maintaining a lush, green lawn, one of the most important factors is proper watering. Watering your grass at the right time can make a significant difference in the health and appearance of your lawn. While there is no one-size-fits-all answer to the question of the best time to water grass, there...
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  • Are Grass Clippings Good for My Lawn? April 12, 2023
    Many homeowners wonder whether grass clippings are good for their lawn. The short answer is yes, according to lawn care experts. Leaving grass clippings on the lawn can actually be healthy for the grass, as it helps build a strong and nutrient-rich soil. This practice is known as “grasscycling,” and it has become increasingly popular...
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