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pavement ants

Nothing is more frustrating than a colony of ants moving into your home. Some ant species are more difficult to get rid of than others, and each requires a different treatment process, so it’s no surprise that ants can seem unstoppable when they invade your home. Read on to learn how to identify common ants

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Are you struggling to keep your lawn green? Lawn care can be challenging, but fertilizing your lawn doesn’t need to be difficult! Knowing when to fertilize your lawn and how to eliminate weeds and grubs will help you grow the greenest lawn on the block. Most people fertilize only when they think their lawns need

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Rodents love to invade homes when it’s cold outside because houses are the perfect source of shelter, warmth, and food. Read on to learn about typical rodent behavior, the signs of an infestation, and how to prevent/get rid of rodents. Skip to a Section: Rodent Identification, Behavior, and Lifecycle Signs of Rodents in Your Home

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Are the top branches of your tree starting to die? Are there small holes in the tree’s trunk? If your answer to these questions is yes, your tree has a borer problem. Borers are a type of insect that burrows into tree trunks and feeds on the inner layers. This causes major problems for trees,

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Autumn is the best time of year to plant trees—as long as they are planted early enough to allow the roots to establish themselves before winter. However, even more important than when you plant is the type of trees you choose to plant. Trees that are overplanted in neighborhoods start to develop diseases and pest

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boxelder bug

Boxelder bugs are a nuisance throughout the spring and summer. As temperatures decrease in the fall, boxelder bugs start moving into homes to hibernate—becoming even more of an annoyance. The good news is you can prevent boxelder bugs from entering your home this fall with a few simple steps described in this post. Boxelder Bug

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In Utah, lawns tend to go dormant in the summer months because of the heat. High heats put stress on the lawn, making summer the ideal time for grubs to munch on roots, diseases to attack grass blades, and weeds to move into thinning, yellow patches. To make matters worse, we’re currently in the middle

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clover

Did you know that some of the weeds growing in your yard have medicinal properties, and some are edible? If you’re lost in the woods, that knowledge might come in handy, but most of us are probably more interested in learning how to get rid of the weeds. Whether you’re planning an escape to the

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