How Worms in Soil Affect Your Lawn

For such simple organisms, worms tend to generate a wide range of reactions from lawn care aficionados. Nobody denies that worms can be beneficial for a lawn – the real question is, at what point do they become too much of a good thing? If you go to a home improvement store, you won’t see […]

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Top Five Lawn Care Myths

If you’ve tried every trick in the book for lawn care, chances are you’ve run into a few myths along the way. It’s impossible to know when and where lawn myths originated, but like weeds, they sometimes spread out of control. If you want a healthy lawn, it’s important to know fact from fiction. We’re […]

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Early Spring Lawn Care Tips

We’ve had an unusually warm late winter/early spring, and that has many homeowners wondering what they can do to prepare for a green lawn. While it’s too early to mow, that doesn’t mean you should stay inside and hope your lawn blooms perfectly. The nice weather allows you to spend more time outdoors enjoying and […]

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Overseeding Your Minnesota Lawn this Fall Season

While you may sometimes hear spring discussed as an ideal time to overseed, Minnesota homeowners can actually benefit from carrying out the task preceding fall, or at the very start of it. Simply stated: Overseeding involves laying seeds over an existing lawn – something that helps reinvigorate the grass when your lawn is beginning to […]

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How To Pick A Fertilizer For Your Lawn

While all plants need oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon, there are other elements you can add to your lawn or garden to stimulate healthy growth in your yard. The big three elements to pay attention to are: Nitrogen (N) – assists with leaf development and produces the lush green color of your lawn Phosphorus (P) – […]

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