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These dreaded dandelions are not as welcome as the flowers in your spring garden for good reasons you must know.

The spring rain in April and May bring the best blooms to your lawn, but not all that look like flowers are welcome.

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Fall is the best time for weed control

Fall is the best time of the year to control perennial Broadleaf weeds, according to Kevin Johnson, President of All American Turf Beauty, Inc.

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I Hate Dandelions! How can I eliminate them in my lawn?

How to identify Dandelions in your lawn

If you see yellow sprinkling throughout your lawn, then there is a good chance you have dandelions.

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How can I control Creeping Charlie in my lawn?

What is Creeping Charlie?

Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea), also known as “Creeping Charlie”, “Creeping Jenny”, and “Gill-over-the-Ground”, is a common perennial, evergreen weed found growing in moist and shady areas.

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How can I control Crabgrass in my lawn?

Identifying Crabgrass

Crabgrass is one of the most prevalent grassy weeds in Midwest lawns. Crabgrass thrives in full sunlight and high temperatures and can easily out compete common, cool-season, desirable lawn grasses.

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Best Fall Lawn Care Application Improvements

Fall Lawn Care Application Improvements Facts:

Fall Lawn Care ApplicationWhy fall is the best time to improve your lawn and why fall lawn care applications are recommended for most cities in the US.

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Lawn Care Weed Control Tips – Tall Fescue

Tall fescue is an unattractive and difficult weed to control in bluegrass and perennial ryegrass lawns.

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