Latest Grass Care Tips News

October 14, 2015 // no comments

Caring for neighbors' houseplants doesn't have to be complicated
Q.I have a pretty large Norway maple in my front yard, and in recent years it has become increasingly more difficult to grow grass under it, especially on the north side. A. You're not alone … For more ideas on dealing with shade and surface roots of …
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Fall Lawn Care Program Step #1

September 26, 2015 // 25 comments

Here’s the first step of my Fall Lawn Recovery program. This can be completed in later August or early September in most areas of the midwest. The key is bei…
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In cool weather, perhaps more than ever, the lawn needs your attention. This video is part of Gardening by the Yard show hosted by Paul James . SHOW…

Tips In Starting A Lawn Care Business

July 25, 2015 // no comments

You may not know it but there is actually huge money in the lawn care industry. Actually, many entrepreneurs consider it one of the few easiest ventures in that it requires no education or formal training yet promises great profits.
Starting your own lawn care business is a no-brainer. There are just actually three simple must-dos to get the business running. Just remember that educating…

Aspen Lawn Care, Fertilization and Sod Installation

July 24, 2015 // no comments

The ideal healthy height of Colorado turf grasses, predominantly Kentucky bluegrass and long fescue, is 2.5”-3”. Mowing turf grass regularly at this height helps turf grass remain healthy by encouraging develop of deeper root systems. Mow the lawn frequently enough so that no more than one third of the grass blade is removed during a single mowing. IE, if maintaining the grass at a height…

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,…

Lawns are dumb. Arresting people for poor lawn care is dumber

July 7, 2015 // no comments

Lawns are dumb. Arresting people for poor lawn care is dumber
Of course, re-sodding for the fourth time would have been difficult to accomplish from a county jail cell, but when the local paper did a story on the arrest of a 66-year-old man on lawn-care violations, dozens of people showed up to his house to rip …
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Mowz: the Uber of lawn care
This on-demand lawn car…

Latest St Augustine Grass Care News

July 4, 2015 // no comments

Joe White: Chinch bugs can do a lot of damage to a yard
Chinch bugs are especially fond of St. Augustine grass, but will settle for other lawn species if St. Augustine grass is not available. For such a little bug, they can do a lot of damage to the turf in a very short time. Unlike fungus diseases that are …
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Getting Started With Organic Lawn Care

July 1, 2015 // no comments

Everyone wants a green lawn but getting it in a greener way takes some expertise. Modern gardening experts are encouraging their customers and people in general to move away from chemical treated lawns. Their reasoning supports the environmental cause essential for a safe and secure habitat for each one of us.
Organic lawn care is simply safer. It is safer for your family and kids. When you…

Tips on Spring and Fall in Organic Lawn Care

April 30, 2015 // no comments

These days people have been moving over to organic lawn care programs from the more traditional forms of lawn care programs. This is partially due to them being fearful of the use of harmful chemicals that have been used in traditional fertilizing systems. The use of organic lawn care programs is the alternative that many choose to do either on their own or through the services of organic…

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