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  • Link to Getting Your Lawn Ready For Fall
It’s a common myth that grass grows slower in the fall and doesn’t require as much maintenance when actually the opposite is true! In the fall your lawn is busy absorbing moisture, nutrients, and energy as it prepares for the...
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  • Link to 10 Ways To Care For Your Lawn In Extreme Heat
Does sitting outside in the extreme heat of summer stress you out? You’re not alone! Extreme heat stresses out your lawn also! The lack of water and unbearable heat can wreak havoc on your lawn. What can you do to...
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  • Link to Caring For Your Lawn After Heavy Rains
You know how the saying goes … April showers bring May flowers. As we move into April and those heavy spring rains, one thing that takes a beating is your lawn. Grass can’t survive much longer than 4 days once...
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  • Link to 7 Tips For A Healthy Winter Lawn
Winter can often be an unpredictable time of year. The harsh weather this season brings can often put your lawn through some extreme and damaging conditions. Although your winter lawn care regimen may not be as long or as involved...
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  • Link to 7 Tips For Fall Lawn Care
The end of summer doesn’t necessarily mean the end of lawn care. While most people look forward to stowing their lawnmowers away for the winter, fall is actually the ideal time of year to prepare your lawn for spring. The...
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  • Plush, green lawn with a lawnmower
Identify Your Grass Type What kind of grass you have determines how your lawn should be cared for. Common warm season turf – zoysia, bermuda, & centipede grass – are ideal for warmer weather since they can withstand higher heat, thriving in 75-90 degrees temperatures....
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  • Link to How to Get Rid of Moles
Moles, a year-round pest nuisance, can cause significant damage to your lawn by burrowing into the ground to create tunnels underneath – usually indicated by above-ground dirt mounds (shown below) – to provide shelter and search for food. Although they’re rarely...
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  • Link to How Do I Get Rid of All These Moths?
We’ve been getting a lot of calls and questions about moths lately. Because there are so many different species of moths, it can be hard to determine the best treatment and prevention methods without knowing exactly what kind of moth...
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  • Link to Lawn Survival Tips for the Summer Heat
It’s a hot summer here in the South. You’re probably even sweating as you’re reading this. Or maybe you’re sitting inside, enjoying the A/C, while staring out the window at your withering lawn that’s turning a lovely shade of brown....
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