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Should I Rake Up Fallen Leaves? Update: 2021

November 1, 2021
Rake Up Fallen Leaves

Fall is quickly approaching, and that means that it’s time to get ready for the cold winter months. One of the things you’ll want to do before the snow falls is rake up fallen leaves. Or is it? It may seem like an easy task – just grab a rake and start raking! But there…

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Top 5 Lawn Care Mistakes to Avoid This Fall

October 29, 2021
Lawn Care Mistakes

You may be surprised to learn that fall is the time many lawns will look their best. Both shoot and root growth are at their peak. Additionally, many of the largest lawn stressors like heat, drought, weeds, diseases, and insects are all starting to naturally diminish. This makes the fall the best and most critical…

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Caring for Your Lawn Before, During, and After a Drought

October 22, 2021
Caring for Your Lawn Before, During, and After a Drought

Hot summers and scarce rain can really do a number on your lawn. As the dry heat drags on, and days turn to weeks, your lawn will slowly wilt and turn brown. But don’t despair. A dormant lawn is not a dead lawn. With the right care, your lawn can survive a drought and come…

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Can I Mow Wet Grass?

October 22, 2021
Mow Wet Grass

The age-old question of lawncare: can I mow wet grass? Maybe it’s not the first question in your mind when you think about lawn care, but it’s important. And the answer isn’t completely straightforward! Typically, it’s best to wait for wet grass to dry before mowing. Wet grass clippings can clog your mower, causing it…

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The Benefits of Professional Zoysia Sod for the Amateur Lawn Enthusiast

October 15, 2021
Professional Zoysia Sod

Zoysia grass is native to Asia, however, it’s been in the United States since at least 1895. Professional Zoysia sod has steadily gained in popularity as a hardy, warm-season perennial turf. It’s well-suited to lawns across the southern states, from the hot, humid Southeast to parts of California. And there are a great many benefits…

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TifTuf Bermudagrass’s Growth Impresses Licensees

October 8, 2021
tiftuf logo

TifTuf Bermudagrass was released just a few short years ago in 2014 and has become wildly popular. But its development by scientists at the University of Georgia took over 20 years, with research dating back to 1993. Over 20 years, researchers narrowed down what began as a field of over 27,000 hybrids to arrive at…

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Reviving a Dead Lawn

October 8, 2021
Reviving a Dead Lawn

There is nothing more disheartening to a lawn care enthusiast than watching your lawn slowly turn from bright green to a crispy brown. You do everything you can to maintain a beautiful lawn, so watching it slowly die is a terrible feeling. But don’t despair. While it may not be easy, there is always a…

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What Kind Of Yard Treatments Do You Recommend In The Fall?

October 7, 2021
Yard Treatments

You’ve put in the hard work and scheduled yard treatments to maintain a lush, green lawn all summer. Now the weather is cooling down and you’re ready to pack it in. But wait, don’t forget about fall yard treatments! That’s right, just because the grass growing season is ending doesn’t mean you should just neglect…

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How to Use Less Water on Your Lawn

September 24, 2021
How to Use Less Water on Your Lawn

For nearly a half-century, a green lawn has been the hallmark of the suburban home. It is seen as an indicator of financial success. But as Americans are becoming more aware of their impact on the environment, some are beginning to question the value of those emerald green expanses. According to the EPA, “nationwide, landscape…

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4 Tips for Fall Lawn Care

September 23, 2021

Fall is almost upon us, which means that the leaves will turn gorgeous shades of red and orange and yellow, everyone will drink pumpkin spice lattes, and people are already gearing up for Halloween. It also means that you need to think about autumn lawn care. It may seem like there’s not much you need…

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