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When to Fertilize Lawn: Best Times for Lawn Fertilization

Know when to Fertilize Lawn

A lush green lawn can dramatically enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home. However, to keep your lawn healthy and green, you need to provide it regular feedings and high-quality fertilizer.

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Emerald Ash Borer: What to Know About the Beetle

Get rid of emerald ash borer in your lawn

The emerald ash borer – a metallic green beetle – is a serious threat to ash trees.

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Forget about Flea and Tick Worries: 7 Natural Ingredients for Healthy Lawns

get rid of tick worries

If you have been dearly harboring the American dream of having a perfect lawn at your home, you are in for a surprise.

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Everything you Need to Know about Lawn Mosquito Control

lawn mosquito control by AATB

They are not going to stop you from enjoying the outdoors this summer. They are not going to ruin your long dreamy summer evenings and backyard parties.

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7 Ways to Benefit your Lawns with Earth-friendly Lawn Care

Earth-friendly lawn care for your children

In every aspect of our lives, sustainable living has made a marked impression, so why should our lawns be left behind? An earth-friendly lawn care program not only beautifies the green space, but it also caters to the environment.

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17 Natural & Homemade Weed Killer Types to Keep Away Weeds

Know about homemade weed killer

Lawns free from weeds are a dream for many. However, it’s not that easy to win over weeds. Chronic weed problems are usually addressed with synthetic herbicides. 

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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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