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The Importance & Benefits of Pre-Emergent Treatment

Having perfectly green, lush, healthy grass is what everyone wants for their lawn. To achieve these results, more and more homeowners are employing a lawn treatment service that applies various solutions every 7 or 8 weeks throughout the year. Among the services...

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3 Pet-Friendly Plants to Keep Pests Away

While just about everyone enjoys the warm weather of spring and summer, there are very few out there that enjoy the bugs and pests the seasons bring. If you’re not already having your lawn treated for pests, and you enjoy a little gardening, you may want to...

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Your Lawn & the Pivotal Month of May

As you may be aware, May can be a very pivotal month in the different seasons of your lawn. If your lawn has been fertilized over the last few months, chances are it’s in great shape and virtually weed-free. There are a couple of schools of thought one had to get rid...

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Grass Maintenance Myths

For almost a hundred years homeowners have had grass lawns that they wanted to keep green and healthy. In that century scientists, landscapers and horticulturists have determined a litany of ways that you can accomplish having a wonderful looking, lush lawn. Below we...

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Core Aeration in Cooler Months

Core aeration can be a vital part of your lawn growing and maintenance process. It involves perforating your soil with small holes to allow oxygen, nitrogen and other nutrients to allow grass roots to grow deeper, stronger and more vigorous for next...

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How to Choose the Right Fertilizer For Your Grass

If you go to your local garden department and look through the bags of fertilizer, you’ll find every one of them is making big promises to give you the perfect lawn. But not all lawns are the same, and not all lawns need the same fertilizer. So it is worthwhile to...

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Winter Lawn Care Tips

With the colder months just around the corner, it’s time to think about what we need to do to make sure our lawn is properly cared for. Although Bermuda grass and certain types of Fescue will not grow too much in our climate zone, that doesn’t mean they don’t need...

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Burning your Grass: Good or Bad?

For decades, people have burned their lawns as a way to revitalize their yards and keep them beautiful. This practice has been believed to have many benefits to the upkeep of your grass, but it may not be as helpful as we once thought. The Good Burning your grass is...

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Bundle Your Lawn Care & Pest Control

You may not always think about pest control and lawn care as two parts of the same puzzle, but the truth is that pest control and lawn care are indeed related. And that’s one of the reasons that it makes good sense to bundle your pest control and lawn care services....

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The Importance of Bringing Your Potted Plants Inside

If you want your potted plants to survive the winter, autumn is the time to bring them inside. Because most houseplants are tropical, they enjoy the warmth of the summer but can't survive the harshness of the winter. November in the south is an opportune time to bring...

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