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.
Grappling with a grub problem? Brown patches, bare spots, and thinning grass may mean these pests are destroying your lawn from underneath. Get a grip quick with these tips on lawn grub control.
It produces pretty little blue flowers that perk up your property, but this rapid reproducer has a competitive nature and can take over your lawn. Find out about controlling speedwell before it’s too late.
Spiders get a bad rap for being creepy, but most kinds that we find indoors are harmless. Nevertheless, we like them better when they stay outdoors. Find out about spider prevention in your home.
Pretty little posies may make these weeds a welcoming sight in your yard at first. But discover why preventing henbit and purple deadnettle should be a priority this spring.
Spotted leaves, sparse foliage, and branch dieback are possible signs of anthracnose, a common tree disease. While it won’t kill the tree, it weakens it, making it easier for pests or more deadly diseases to destroy it. Find out more now!
It’s important to know how to mow Kentucky bluegrass properly in order to have a lush, healthy lawn. Here’s how to keep your grass a cut above the rest.
Including lawn aeration in your yard maintenance helps promote grass growth. This process of puncturing holes in the ground is good for nutrient and water absorption. Find out how to do it now.