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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Invasive Species Profile: Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle

WHO? Multicolored Asian lady beetles (Harmonia axyridis) are native to eastern Asia, and were “formally” introduced to the United States in California, by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1916. Asian lady beetles are part of the cocconellid family, which is not only indicated by their bright colored wing covers, but also by their voracious […]

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How to Become A Dandelion Tamer in 5 Easy Steps

The king of the jungle is the lion, so it only seems logical that the dandelion is the weed king of the lawn. Don’t be intimidated by their size or their ambition to conquer your yard. Dandelions – while persistent – can be controlled, even without chemicals. Here are a few ways to become a […]

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