Tackling tough invasive plants is all about timing, and fall weed prevention makes maintaining a healthy lawn easier in the long run. This is the season to win the war on weeds and here’s why.
Small creatures invade our homes this season to overwinter during cooler weather. With proper fall pest prevention you won’t have to worry about these creepy crawly intruders. Follow these tips to pest-proof your home.
Summer’s end is not a signal to stop taking care of your turf. In fact, fall lawn maintenance has a direct effect on how your lawn looks come spring. Follow these tips and you’ll be happy with the healthy results!
Tick-borne diseases may be as close as your backyard. These pests hide in tall grasses and overgrown shrubs to find a host on which to feed. Here’s how to prevent tick bites and keep your family and furry friends safe this summer.
Brown or dead patches of grass are slowly taking over your lawn. Could your canine be the culprit? If Rover prefers to do his business in the same spot over and over, these tips to remedy dog pee damage can help get your grass back to green.
Whether you kill weeds with chemicals or without, crabgrass control is an ongoing war we wage every year in late summer. Here’s how to arm yourself with the knowledge to battle this beastly invader.
Warmer weather sets the stage for all kinds of fun activities. If biting bugs are not part of the plan, check out these prevention tips to stop mosquitoes from messing up your summer.
When you look at your yard, do you see brown patches of grass that seem to grow before your eyes? You may have a chinch bug infestation. Here’s how to stop these pests from sucking the life out of your lawn.
How do you know if your grass gets enough to drink to keep it green and growing during the drier months? Follow this guide to take the guesswork out of summer lawn watering.
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.