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7 Summer Lawn Care Tips

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7 Summer Lawn Care Tips To Keep Your Lawn Green All Summer Long Summer lawn care should be geared towards maintaining the healthy, lush grass that spring has left behind. Sustaining the health of your lawn can be difficult, however. Throughout the summer months, rain can be scarce, and the heat can be unforgiving, leaving…

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Don’t Be Late for Early Spring Lawn Care

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Don’t Be Late for Early Spring Lawn Care In some regards, lawn care could be considered an analogy for life: prepare for the seasons ahead well in advance so that when the time comes, you’re in the best position possible. It stands to reason, then, that spring lawn care doesn’t begin in spring, but in…

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Oil Drill: Horticultural Oil

horticultural oil

Oil Drill: Horticultural Oil Unless you’ve recently been chatting with your local landscaper about lawn spraying services or just happen to spend loads of time thinking about eco-friendly landscaping, chances are you haven’t had reason to research things like oil based pesticides and the wonderful world of horticultural oil. In fact, if you’re like most…

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Reseeding a Lawn

reseeding a lawn

Reseeding a Lawn As with all living things, the older your lawn gets, the more issues it develops, especially when you’re not properly handling your lawn care. There are certain things you need to be doing to keep it in shape and looking its best; and one of the things you’ll want to know as…

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Think Ahead with Pre Emergent Herbicides

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Think Ahead with Pre-Emergent Herbicides Ever heard of pre-emergent herbicides? If you haven’t, you’re not alone. Pre-emergent herbicides are a type of herbicide that must be applied to weeds before they reach the germination stage and emerge, hence the term “pre-emergent.” But what do they have to do with you? Simple enough, if you’ve got…

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Mulching Leaves

mulching leaves

Mulching Leaves Before you break out the rake to get rid of all those leaves that have fallen into your yard, you might want to consider what giving the rake a rest would do for your landscaping. It may sound counterintuitive to let the leaves rest where they lay, but they can actually work in…

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Make Your Yard a No-Fly Zone with MistAway Systems

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Make Your Yard a No-Fly Zone with MistAway Systems Unless you want to stock up on mosquito protection like citronella candles, bug zappers, mosquito netting, and billions of bottles of insect repellent, you’re probably going to have to face the fact that the fight against mosquitos isn’t one you’re likely to win when you spend…

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Get on the Level With Soil pH

soil ph

Get on the Level With Soil pH When you’re on a mission to maintain a healthy lawn, having good soil pH levels is extremely important. But unless you get a soil pH test, you won’t know if your turf is struggling to grow in soil that isn’t in balance. Soil pH levels show whether you…

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Fall Landscaping Checklist

fall landscaping

Fall Landscaping Checklist You may not know it, but fall landscaping can be broken out into two parts: early fall and late fall. And depending on which end of the season is coming up on your calendar, the ways you approach your lawn care can mean the difference between having a healthy lawn and beautiful…

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Plugging Away with Grass Plugs

grass plugs

Plugging Away with Grass Plugs Chilly weather can hit warm season grasses like St. Augustine grass, Bermuda, and zoysia hard; so sometimes it’s necessary to do a little damage control by filling in the bald spots. If you’re getting ready to plant new warm season grass or need to supplement areas that look a little bit…

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