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September 16, 2022

In small numbers, leaves in the process of breaking down provide grass with useful nutrition. However, if there are any trees on your property, fall brings fallen leaves in more serious quantities. A mat of…

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August 18, 2022

A Happy Dog in a Healthy Lawn Many people enjoy both the companionship of a dog and the aesthetics of a well-maintained lawn, but combining the two can go badly for both. Fortunately, there are…

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July 13, 2022

Watering your lawn appropriately is important any time of year when grass is not dormant, but it’s crucial during our region’s summers. Here’s a quick review of best watering practices that will help you keep…

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June 6, 2022

In our part of the country, spring is usually the wettest part of the year.  That may not be saying much, but those months are better for lawns than the dry summers that follow. When your…

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May 5, 2022

Summer presents a specific set of lawn care challenges. You worked hard during the spring to prepare your grass for its season of maximum growth. A lot of growth means it’s healthy, but then you…

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April 8, 2022

Virtually all homeowners want a lawn that is healthy and attractive – that looks cared for. Many enjoy working on their property to keep it looking its best, and even those who don’t enjoy it very…

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March 2, 2022

The most common indication of a fire ant problem is one of their signature mounds. As they create underground networks of tunnels and chambers for food storage, births, and hibernation, they displace a lot of…

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February 7, 2022

During the winter, even one of our mild ones, it’s unlikely that you’re giving much thought to gardening. But it won’t be long before the outdoors is calling again, and a little planning now can…

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January 4, 2022

As winter goes on and we see grass and other plants becoming dry and dormant, it’s tempting to take some time away from the demands of lawn maintenance. The bad news (it’s not that bad)…

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December 1, 2021

As fall’s cool temperatures become winter cold, many people move their potted plants indoors or buy new houseplants to add color and vibrancy to a season that requires spending a lot of time indoors. Here…

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