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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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aphids on plant

Aphids are tiny insects that can multiply very quickly and wreak havoc on a garden. They target a variety of plants (rosebushes, dahlias, fruit trees, vegetables, etc.) and come back every year. If you cultivate a garden, chances are you’ve had problems with aphids in the past. While commercial control methods are often the most

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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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Why Add Mulch to Your Flowerbeds

Are you looking for a simple way to improve your flowerbeds? Try adding mulch this year! Mulch is aesthetically pleasing, boosts soil nutrition, improves insulation, retains moisture, and controls weed growth. Before adding mulch to your flowerbeds, follow these guidelines: Make sure the soil has thawed out completely because mulching too early may slow 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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black widow pest

Do you have unwelcomed guests—like spiders—starting to move into your home? If you let them stay, they may never leave. Read our guide to 8 common spiders in Utah to learn how to keep the creepy crawlies out of your home. Black Widows Black Widows are easily identified by the red hourglass on their underside.

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pest control technician spraying a home

Many homeowners along the Wasatch front deal with a variety of household pests on a regular basis—black widows and other spiders, boxelder bugs, ants, wasps, and yellow jackets, for example. And while pest infestation may seem like a natural part of homeownership here in Utah, the good news is there are a variety of ways

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Does your lawn need aeration? Aeration opens up your lawn’s root zone to the nutrients that it needs to thrive. Our specialists highly recommend aerating your lawn if it is struggling with soil compaction, lawn diseases, or lawn thatch buildup. Read on to learn why. Soil Compaction Compacted soil traps water around the root zone, creating a host

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