Lawn sprinklers come in a variety of designs from simple hoses with holes to automated in-ground systems. In order to choose the best lawn sprinkler for your yard, you’ll need to know these types and terminology.
To prevent poison ivy from sucking the fun out of your summertime activities, you’ll need to properly identify it and safely remove it. Read on to find out more.
Sod webworms are caterpillars that feed on your grass at night, leaving brown holes in the lawn that eventually become large patches of dead grass. Here’s how to treat for them.
While you’re soaking up the sun and summertime fun, your turf is taking a beating from heat, drought, excessive traffic, pests, and possible disease. Give it some TLC with these tips for a healthy lawn.
With so many types on the market, choosing fertilizer to fit your lawn’s needs can be confusing. Find out what you need to know now.
Moles can make a mess out of your yard. Their tunnels and holes damage plant and grass roots. Before they destroy your hard work, find out how to stop moles by using natural repellents.
The hardiest and healthiest of lawns can fall prey to a weed infestation. Here’s how to destroy dandelions without using any harsh chemicals.
In search of food, water, and a place to nest, ants often march indoors when the weather turns warmer. Don’t let your home be their next target. Stop them before they enter with these tips to prevent ants.
Finding one ladybug may be considered lucky by some, but finding a swarm of them in your home is definitely bad luck. Discover tips on managing Asian lady beetle infestations.
Knowing which herbicide to use, when to use it, and how to apply it can be confusing and intimidating. If used incorrectly, these chemicals can do more harm than good. Find out what you need to know about using herbicides to kill common weeds.