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Proper Mowing Habits For A Healthy Lawn

Don’t Cut Too Short Proper mowing height helps promote deeper root growth and maintains the health of the lawn by making it stronger and more resilient. Depending on the type of grass, the ideal mowing height for lawns is around 3-3.5 inches. Cutting your grass too short can leave your lawn more vulnerable to lawn disease and weeds. You can …

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What Are Grubs And How To Control Them

Being a homeowner, you put a lot of time and money into your lawn, so it can be frustrating when it still doesn’t look its best. If you are someone that has reoccurring brown patches, you may be dealing with a grub infestation.  What Are Grubs? Grubs are a type of larvae that have a milky white coat, brownish head, …

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Signs Of Snow Mold

With spring quickly approaching, we can look forward to warmer weather coming soon after! As the snow begins to melt, you may experience a very common problem in your lawn, snow mold. Knowing what to look for and how to prevent or treat your lawn from snow mold, can help you spot and address this fungus for the future. It …