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Grub Control

Grubs are among some of the most difficult lawn pests to deal with. They feed on the fibrous roots of grass causing your lawn to brown since it is unable to retain nutrients and moisture. Blue grass, bentgrass, and tall fescue are particularly vulnerable to severe damage by grub infestation, however, all grass types are susceptible. Luckily, there are many …

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Does Your Lawn Have Grubs?

If your lawn is starting to look different, discoloured, dry or not growing properly. Your lawn may be infested with uninvited guests that can cause long-term damage to your grass and root. Here’s a quick way to identify and inspect damage to your lawn Identify What Damage If you’re noticing the appearance of beetles on your lawn early in the summer, followed by …

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The Benefits of Fall Fertilizing

Autumn is the best time for you to nourish your yard since it will strengthen the roots of your lawn and plants. This will provide a strong base that will thrive and flourish in the following spring. Rule of Thumb Knowing exactly when and how much to fertilize your lawn, begins with understanding the fertilizing formula. The formula is represented …

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Watering Your Lawn

There are many common misconceptions about caring for your garden, especially in regards to excessive watering. In actuality, lawns that receive moderate supplemental watering grow much greener and healthier than lawns that are over-watered. Understanding the basics of watering your grass will help in maintaining a beautiful lawn throughout the year. Water only when needed Limiting the amount of water …

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Weed Control: Everything You Need To Know

Weeds are difficult to control once they’ve penetrated deep into your lawn’s soil. Therefore, it is important that you keep your lawn closely maintained in order to control and eliminate the growth of weeds. Here are some organic ways to go about weed control: Yard Mulch   Get fair amounts of organic mulch such as grass clippings, shredded bark, straw, …

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Tips for Lawn Mowing

Many people view grass cutting as a simple pastime, but mowing your lawn is a tedious and laborious task. No matter how much effort you put into tending your lawn, sometimes it never looks as good as you had hoped. The good news is that improper mowing is one of the most common causes of lawn problems which can easily be …

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Weed Control Prevention and Maintenance

Despite our best efforts, it seems as though every spring dandelions make their way back to our lawns. Fortunately, there are a few preventative measures you can use to control these unwanted weeds. In order to eliminate pesky lawn weeds, we first need to understand how it grows and thrives. Dandelions & Broadleaf Weeds Broadleaf weeds, such as thistle, are …

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The Best Garden Soil For Growing Carrots

Carrots can be a little sensitive when it comes to growing them. The right garden soil goes a long way to get them growing big, strong and perfect for consumption in your home. Carrot Growing Conditions Carrots love the light and daily temperature ranges of 15-18 degrees. Most growing cycles begin in spring when the garden soil is most fertile …