Just when you think the war on weeds is over! Winter annual weeds are best controlled now, while still actively growing. Here’s how to fight weeds in fall for a lush lawn in spring.
There’s a colorful carpet of leaves on the ground and you dread the time-consuming task of raking. Here’s how to simultaneously clear the yard and feed your lawn for free. Find out about leaf mulching now.
Is your lawn looking a little lackluster? Thinning grass, dull color, and bare spots are signs that the grass can benefit from fall overseeding. Here’s how to do it.
Silverfish slither into your home for shelter and food. They’ll eat away at starchy materials like wallpaper, books, and even valuable keepsakes. Here’s how you can stop silverfish from invading.
Feeding a lawn in fall leads to year-round good health. Fertilizer helps fix summer’s damage, while giving grass the nutrients it needs to survive winter. Follow these fall lawn fertilizing tips for a successful spring.
Weeds enter an energy absorbing phase in fall to get enough nutrients to survive the winter. This makes it prime time for prevention, because they absorb weed killers just as eagerly. Find out about fall weed control now.
From creepy crawlers to wicked winged creatures, many insects are active well into the fall season. As the weather gets cooler, they’ll look for a way to stay warm inside. Don’t let your home be a haven for common fall pests. Here’s what to do.
Summer is over, but there’s still work to do if you want your lawn to be healthy come spring. Follow these fall lawn care tips so your grass better weathers the winter ahead.
Parasitic pests that can carry and transmit diseases, ticks take over yards in the warm months hoping to catch a ride on a host. Here’s how you can repel ticks naturally.
Rich in nitrogen, dog urine destroys grass over time. These burnt grass spots are an eyesore and take their toll on a lawn’s health. Find out how to prevent dog urine damage now.