Lawn Service

Winter is here, and even though your lawn is going dormant, stay watchful. Snow molds might take over, turning your healthy lawn into an infested tundra. Snow molds are fungi that affect turfgrasses during winter. The most common types are pink snow mold and gray snow mold. Description The fungi attack grass under layers of

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Think back to July. Did your lawn look brown while your neighbor’s looked emerald green? You can start to change that right now, this November. Here are some things you can do to winterize your lawn in preparation for spring. Fertilizing After mowing for the last time, fertilize your lawn in early November. The nutrients

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Is your lawn brown despite water from rain and sprinklers? Cranberry girdler, also called subterranean webworm, may be eating the roots of your lawn. Life Cycle Adult cranberry girdlers emerge mid-June as moths. After mating, females drop hundreds of eggs per week. The eggs hatch in nine to 11 days. Larvae bury themselves in the

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It’s the season of brown lawns. What are you supposed to do? Grubs could be the problem, but many times watering is the issue. Keep in mind the following points, so your lawn will be ready for any outdoor activity. During the summer, Utah lawns need between two and two-and-a-half inches of water a week

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fall leaves on house

Now that autumn is in full swing, we’re getting less scorching sun and more moisture for our lawns. Gradually, plants are beginning to hibernate and so there’s a lot less maintenance that needs to happen. However, there is one particular chore that is taking up more and more of our time and attention: leaves! Those

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During the fall, plants shed their leaves and get ready to hibernate. They store up energy and send down more roots. It’s a busy time for gardeners and homeowners, too. Just as the plants you tend are preparing for winter, you can take some measures to prepare effectively for the season and ensure that your

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Reseeded lawn

Now that the summer months are drawing to a close, it might feel like time to slow down on lawn care. After all, your grass is growing much more slowly as the chilly weather progresses, and you don’t need to worry about the scorching sun as much. However, fall is an important time for your

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Nothing gets in the way of having the perfect lawn like a large spot of dead grass. Not only is this a major eyesore, but it can actually be unhealthy for the lawn around the dead spot. However, you don’t have to simply accept when a dead spot develops in your yard. Here is a

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lawn aerator

The basics of lawncare are pretty simple. Your lawn needs sun, water, and fertilizer. However, there’s an extra step that many people either ignore, or simply don’t know how to use to best effect: aeration. Lawn aeration opens up your lawn’s roots and soil to water, air, and fertilizer that they need in order to

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