Posts filed under: Lawn Care

Lawn Care Tips for Fall

The next few weeks should be spent fertilizing, controlling weeds, preparing new lawn, and repairing poor quality lawn.  Here a few simple things to do for your lawn in the fall months: Give Soil TLC. One of the most important...
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The History of Pest Control

Since the advent of agriculture, humans have needed a means to prevent pests from destroying their crops. Techniques such as crop rotation, intercropping and selective breeding of pest-resistant plants sought to make plants less desirable to weeds as well as...
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Work in the Fall Brings a Healthy Lawn in the Spring

We’re getting our first taste of fall! Cooler temperatures, football, and the changing of the leaves are all things that we have to look forward to in the coming months. Without the scorching heat it is a great time of...
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Armyworms

We have seen a severe armyworm infestation this summer. The extremely dry, hot weather is a welcome mat for armyworms to our region. Armyworms are a type of larval worm that feed on grass blades, but rarely kills the turf,...
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Round 6 of Lawn Care

We are currently on Round 6 of our Lawn Care treatments.  During this round, we are focusing heavily on controlling weeds. For the best results: The treatment should be watered in within 48 hours. Turf should receive at least 2...
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The Art of Shrubbery

Do you wish your yard was landscaped by Edward Scissorhands? You too can make statuesque shrub art by cropping your own bushes into shapes and other fascinating formations. 1- Pick the Right Shrub – Look for a shrub with a...
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What Our Customers Are Saying

Each week we send out a survey to customers who have received a new service from Northwest Exterminating.  Our goal is always “Customers for Life”!  We want to make sure that each customer is completely satisfied with the service that...
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Fall Tips for Your Lawn

Fall is the best time to prepare your lawn for how you want it to look when spring comes back around. Here are some tips for fall that will have your lawn looking green and healthy next spring: • Attack weeds. ...
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Summer's HOT Temperatures Damage Your Lawn?

This summer's extremely warm temperatures may have left your lawn damaged. But with a little work, it’s possible to repair the damage and be ready to go for the upcoming seasons. The first step is to assess your...
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Fall is the Perfect Time to Begin your Lawn Care Program

It is also a great time to start a lawn care schedule that will ensure your lawn is the envy of all your neighbors throughout the year. Any good service starts with a plan, or in this case, a...
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