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July 2015

Installing A New Lawn With Turf

July 16, 2015 // no comments

Whether you hope for a green lawn where there hasn’t been one previously or you desire to replace an old and neglected lawn, choosing turf to provide the lawn is a convenient and cost efficient route.
When picking out your turf you first need to look at the area you live in. The type of turf that grows best in one part of the country will differ from the turf Doncaster appreciates. Turfs ar…

Home Care Services

July 15, 2015 // no comments

Home Care Services
Most individuals are retiring in better health than ever before and can stay up for decades of active and fulfilling life. When you first retire, particularly if you retire early, health care may be one among the last things on your mind. However as we tend to continue to age, health problems inevitably begin to happen, and eventually we have a tendency to might need som…

Dwarf Hamster Care 101

July 15, 2015 // no comments

Dwarf hamsters are small and sociable beings. Their life span is a little more than a year up to about three and a half to four years which depends on the species of your hamster. There are four species – Djungarians or the Campbell’s, Chinese, Roborovskiis and Winter Whites or also commonly called Siberians.
When taking care of these pets, three major things to should be considered. First,…

A Backyard Compost Bin is Like Natures Soil Builder

July 14, 2015 // no comments

Gardeners everywhere proclaim the benefits of using their backyard compost bin. That is especially true for those gardeners who have the best looking backyards around. Composting bins have been used for as long as there have been gardens, even those times before the term was even known. Farmers and those individuals who feed the world or their families have always known that the secret to…

Chiropractic Tips for Raking Fall Leaves

July 12, 2015 // no comments

‘Tis the season of effervescent colors on the trees and procrastinating thoughts of the rake in the shed. After the beauty of the bright oranges, magnificent reds, and rolling yellows disappears from the trees, it’s time to stop procrastinating and grab the rake.
Raking is an invigorating connection to nature for many people; for others, it is merely a chore. Either way, raking is indeed a…

Doing their share

July 11, 2015 // no comments

Doing their share
When customers submit a request online, the Robin team contacts an independent lawn team in the area and schedules it for the next available time. You pay online, and next thing you know, your lawn has been mowed. The lawn care teams can provide a …
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Avoiding lawn mower mishaps
Summer is the prime time for landscaping and lawn…

Caring For Lawns In Spring

July 10, 2015 // no comments

As winter comes to an end, the job of caring for your lawn starts with some careful observation. If you’ve had a particularly harsh winter, spring is the ideal to take a good look at the condition of your lawn and improve its health to encourage vibrant new growth in time for summer. Ensure that your lawn is clear of any loose twigs and leaves that may have built up over the winter months,…

Police Seek Help in Finding Missing New Prague Man Awaiting 3rd Kidney Transplant

July 9, 2015 // no comments

Police Seek Help in Finding Missing New Prague Man Awaiting 3rd Kidney Transplant
A New Prague man's family has been seeking answers since he was last seen Saturday. Thirty-one-year-old Tony Slavik has been missing since Saturday afternoon, when his parents say he left their New Prague home in his Jeep. He hasn't been seen or …

Missing New Prague man…

Latest Lawn Tips News

July 9, 2015 // no comments

Weeds thriving in your lawn? Try these tips
If weeds dominate an area, it's likely that something is wrong with either the growing conditions or your lawn care practices. Shade, compaction, low pH, and cutting the grass too short will all allow weeds to thrive over turf. “Natural” herbicides …
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Lush lawns: 7 tips for organic lawn care

Latest Insect Disease News

July 9, 2015 // no comments

Asian tiger mosquito: Disease-carrying insect detected in Cairns, far north Qld
An aggressive, disease-carrying species of mosquito that is regarded as a public health threat has been detected at the Port of Cairns in far north Queensland. The Asian tiger mosquito, or Aedes albopictus, has a voracious appetite for blood, can …
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Insect group pushes nationa…

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