Whether you are working in the yard or walking in the woods, encountering poisonous plants is irritating, to say the least. Here’s how to identify poison ivy and other poisonous plants before they ruin your summertime fun.
Detecting sod webworm damage confuses many because it’s often mistaken for other forms of damage. Dog urine, drought, or other pests cause the same sickly symptoms in grass. Find out what’s ailing your lawn now.
Although we love the lazy hazy days of summer, homeowners hate how the heat affects the appearance of their yard. Now is the time to lend your lawn some extra love. Follow these tips to reduce summertime lawn stress.
Feeding grass the nutrients it needs results in richer color, thicker density, faster growth, and strength to survive in harsh elements. But how do you figure out those confusing lawn fertilizer labels? Find out how to decipher the information and pick the right formula now.
Moles and voles are small pests that mess up your yard. Their names sound similar, but the damage they do is different. Control methods for each one differs too, so it’s important to distinguish between mole damage and vole damage. Here’s how.
Although these bright showy weeds boast a long list of benefits, most homeowners are happy to kill dandelions and keep them out of their yard forever. Read on to discover the household product that helps keep a lawn weed free.
Small ants can mean big problems for homeowners. Carpenter ant damage often goes unnoticed for years, eventually rendering a wood structure unsafe. Find out the signs of an infestation before it’s too late.
Read on for a tale of two look-alike bugs: one is beneficial and the other one is an invasive pest. Here’s why it’s important to know the difference between bad ladybugs and their luckier relatives.
Summer is sun and fun time. No one wants to spend it waging a war on weeds. Find out how to get ahead of the game and stop summer weeds before they start.
You may have grubs in your lawn and not know it. These greedy grass-eating pests go virtually unnoticed underground until it’s too late. Here’s why you need to worry about grub worms.