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.
Have you spotted speedwell in your lawn? Weak grass won’t stand a chance against this opportunistic weed. Here’s why you need to stop speedwell before it spreads.
Spiders are considered pests by many, but they’re actually beneficial to the delicate balance of nature. Although they’re generally helpful, many people just don’t want them around. Here’s what you can do to prevent too many.
Don’t be fooled by its pretty purple flowers. Now is the right time to control henbit before it takes over your lawn. Find out more about this aggressive weed now.
All oak trees are susceptible to a disease called oak wilt, but it’s most fatal for the red oak family, including scarlet and black oaks. Here’s what you need to know about this deadly disease.
Winter’s harsh weather is hard on your lawn. It may be time to toughen up your turf. Green up your grass with these spring grass seeding techniques.
Keep your Kentucky bluegrass lawn a cut above the rest with a little knowledge. Here’s some tips to follow for helping your lawn stay lush and lovely.
Core aeration loosens up compacted soil, helps break up layers of thatch if too thick, and promotes grass growth in the process. Find out how it will benefit your lawn.