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Lawn Care / Dec 07, 2021

How Often Should I Water My Lawn?

How much water does your lawn actually need – and how often should you be watering it? There are all kinds of variables to consider when it comes to growing a healthy, nice-looking lawn. Without a doubt, water is one of the most important.  Here’s everything you need to know about how often (and how….

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Lawn Care / Oct 27, 2021

How To Keep Your Lawn Green

We all want our lawns to look as lush and green as possible. After all, there’s no better place to entertain your guests and enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors than in your backyard! However, knowing exactly how to keep your lawn green is easier said than done. If you’re looking for helpful tips….

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Lawn Care / Oct 22, 2021

When To Aerate Your Lawn In California

Aerating your lawn is a great way to promote healthy roots and soil. When do you need to aerate your lawn in California? The answer isn’t always straightforward.  Some seasons and conditions can make lawn aeration less affected – aerate during the rainy season, for instance, and it can cause compacted soil and root damage. ….

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Lawn Care / Oct 22, 2021

How Long Does Sod Take To Root?

If you want to grow a healthy new sod lawn, you need to ensure it has full root establishment before you start walking on it or mowing it.  But how long does sod take to root? Are you going to be stuck avoiding your fresh sod lawn for weeks? Fortunately, that’s not the case. Most….

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Drought / Oct 06, 2021

9 Drought Tolerant Grasses For A Tough & Beautiful Lawn

In many parts of the country, droughts are becoming all-too-regular occurrences. As more people are encouraged to water their lawns less to conserve water for drinking, bathing, and other vital tasks, more people are looking for drought tolerant grass species to help them make the most of dry conditions – without sacrificing the beauty of….

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Bugs / May 13, 2021

Common Tree Pests

Bark Beetles Bark Beetles are capable of releasing a chemical that attracts mates before boring into the tree and starting to make tunnels. This species mostly does this in trees, as it begins mating with other beetles inside their nuptial chamber. The female then chews through bark tissue for long intervals called galleries which lead….

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