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large dead spot in a strip of green grass

, but even an old lawn can continue to thrive with proper care and overseeding. Conversely, mismanagement can cause irreparable damage over time, and many old lawns are past the point of saving. If your lawn has dead patches where soil shows, and you’ve tried to revive it with no success, reseeding (or resodding) the

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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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If you’re tired of looking out your window at a dry and patchy lawn, follow the advice in this article to bring your lawn back to life this spring. This post will answer the following common questions about Utah lawns: When should I start watering my lawn in spring? When should I start mowing my

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Whether or not you have a deciduous tree in your yard, you’re probably experiencing a lot of leaf clutter on the ground right now. Picking up fall leaves is a chore that many homeowners dislike, so we’ve compiled some tips to help your fall leaf maintenance go smoothly this year: Do fall clean-up regularly. Use

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piles of leaves on grass in fall with a rake in the background

During the fall, plants prepare for hibernation by shedding their leaves and storing energy in their roots. While it’s tempting to take a break from yard care during this time, you should instead be preparing for the winter season. Proper planning now will allow your yard to flourish in the spring. Refer to the following

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pouring grass seed into a spreader

Now that the summer months are drawing to a close, it might feel like time to slow down on lawn care. However, fall is an important time for your lawn’s health and growth. During this time, grass recovers from summer damage and stores energy in the root system for future growth. If your lawn is

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Reseeded lawn

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 also leave the lawn vulnerable to other problems like weeds and grubs. You can follow this step-by-step process to help your lawn recover from dead spots: Remove the

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watering lawn

Spring is on its way! With it comes the responsibility of caring for your lawn again. This post will address some of the most common spring lawn care mistakes and explain what you should do instead. Follow our list of dos and don’ts this spring for the best results on your lawn. Do’s Test your

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what does crab grass look like

Does your lawn have crabgrass? You might think all the wide-bladed grasses in your lawn are crabgrass, but there are actually many types of weed grasses, and some are very difficult to eliminate. If you live in Orem or Provo, chances are the wide-bladed grass in your lawn is actually tall fescue, quack grass, or

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Winter is here, and even though your lawn is 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. Read on to learn more. Description of Snow Mold

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