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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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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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Bluegrass Seed Heads

Do you struggle to keep the Kentucky bluegrass in your lawn green in the summer months? Are you seeing what looks like lighter-colored, delicate little weeds growing in your lawn? If you answered yes to either of these questions, this post will help you learn more about your lawn and how to take care of

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Fall Leaves on Green Lawn

You might think fall is the time to take a break from lawn care until spring rolls around again, but fall is actually the most important season for Kentucky Bluegrass. Fertilization treatments applied in autumn help your lawn bounce back from winter dormancy the following year, and aerating in the fall strengthens your lawn’s root

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Is your lawn looking yellow in spots—even though you water diligently? It could be yellow for a number of reasons: Lawn grubs Lawn fungi Watering issues Compact soil Animal urine Nitrogen fertilizer overload Nutrient deficiency Mowing problems Dry weather 1. Lawn Grubs Your yellow lawn culprit could be a type of lawn grub! Any pest

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Does your lawn look more like a weed patch than a lawn these days? Are you ready to give it a fresh start? Maybe you’re sick of staring at the field of weeds on the side of your house, or perhaps your flowerbeds need some help. The solution? Professional weed control. The type of weed

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Necrotic Ring Spot Fungus

Most people look forward to what springtime brings: sunshine, flowers, etc. Lawn care, on the other hand, might be a source of stress and frustration this spring—especially if your lawn develops a nasty disease over the winter. Some lawn diseases you’re probably seeing right now in Utah include snow molds, necrotic ring, and ascochyta. You’ll

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Utah lawns can be difficult to manage, and many people have questions about how to care for their lawn come springtime. Start your lawn’s year off right by checking out our answers to these questions: When should I start watering my lawn in spring, and how much should I water it? When should I start

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