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Close-up of cellar spider/daddy long leg

As winter approaches, do you have unwelcomed guests—like spiders—starting to move into your home? If you let them stay, they’ll stay forever. Read our guide to five 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

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The temperatures in August haven’t turned much cooler, yet some trees may look like fall is approaching. If your tree’s leaves are turning yellow or falling off, your tree might have iron chlorosis. Iron Chlorosis: Defined Iron chlorosis is a deficiency of the nutrient iron in trees—it’s kind of like having an anemic tree. Iron

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Close-up of green lawn

Hot summer temperatures are here, and some lawns are turning brown. 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. Watering Tips to Help Fix Your Yellow Lawn During the

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The elm seed bug has come to stay for the summer. Native to Europe, this pest didn’t live in Utah 10 years ago. Over time it has become more and more common along the Wasatch Front and in Cache County. The insect gets its name from where it’s found and what it eats: seeds from

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fallen leaves in yard

Fall is a gorgeous season for many reasons. For example, the cloudy nature of fall means that there is more saturation outside, which means that photographs look nicer. However, the number one aesthetic benefit of the fall is that the leaves change and begin to fall down. All of the different autumn colors that nature

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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, 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 beautifully-changing

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pruning tree with gloves

One of our favorite things about trees is that they don’t require the maintenance that other things like grass or annuals do. Once they’re well-established, they don’t even need watering; they get their nutrition straight from the taproots. However, the truth is that there’s still some baseline maintenance that needs to be done even on

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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 alike. 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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