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Protected: 17 Natural & Homemade Weed Killer Types to Keep Away Weeds

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Protected: 6 Signs that your Lawn Needs a Better Lawn Irrigation System

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Dandelion Facts: 11 Interesting Things About Dandelions

dandelion facts that you must know

Dandelion – the ubiquitous weed – is a flowering plant belonging to the Asteraceae family. There are several fun and interesting dandelion facts that shed light on different aspects of this plant.  

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4 Effective Tips for Crabgrass Prevention in Your Lawn

Crabgrass prevention for your lawn

Crabgrass can not only decrease the appeal of a lawn but also make the soil beneath weaker. This blue-greenish, low growing lawn weed grows in the spring when the soil is warm, with the temperature of the soil falling between 55 and 60 degrees.

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Top Tips for Weed Control Without Harming Pets, Grass and Plants

Weed Control for lawns

There are many weed control products out there designed to keep your lawn weed-free. However, not all of them are safe to be used around dogs, cats, and other typical backyard wildlife.

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5 DIY Lawn Care Tips to Get a Beautiful Lawn

Best DIY lawn care tipsA lush green lawn makes any home look and feel beautiful! If you’re planning to enhance your landscaping, you might be thinking whether to get professional lawn service or go for DIY lawn care.

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Lime application is best done in spring time

Lime application is best done in spring time

Spring time is the best time for lime

Supplementing your lawn with lime can be as imperative as mowing it in numerous parts of the country.

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Overseeding comes with its pros and cons

Overseeding comes with its pros and cons

Overseeding: Yay or nay? Your grass can tell you best

So spring is right at your doorstep. You most certainly do not want a balding lawn with those unwanted bare spots.

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Soil testing – necessary for your spring lawn

Soil testing - necessary for your spring lawn

Start spring right with your soil in top shape

Do not be distracted by the snow on the ground. Fact is – spring is upon us!

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Lawn care tips for spring is never too early

Lawn care tips for spring is never too early

Welcome this spring with early lawn care tips

Having the winter freeze stay a little longer sure makes you miss stepping out to a pretty damp spring.

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