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Mulching Leaves Can Give You a Healthier Lawn

- 11/25/2015 2:56:28 PM
Homeowners typically spend hours every fall raking and bagging leaves, but there is a much easier way of dealing with them that can benefit your lawn. Mowing leaves with a mulching lawn mower will chop them into tiny fragments that will serve as natural fertilizer as they decompose and will help control weeds.
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Grass Needs to Be Watered Even in the Fall

- 11/13/2015 12:39:21 PM
Your lawn was green and vibrant in the spring and summer, and you took great care to keep it that way. Now that fall is here and winter is approaching, you may be tempted to stop watering your lawn.
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Features to Look for When Shopping for a Lawn Mower

- 11/6/2015 8:11:00 AM
Lawn mowers can vary significantly in terms of prices and features. If you are in the market for a new mower, here are some things to consider. In most cases, the difference between a 5.5 and 6.5 horsepower engine is negligible.
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How high or low are you cutting your grass?

- 10/30/2015 2:07:54 PM
Proper mowing can keep your lawn healthy. When you trim off the growing points, or the crowns where leaves develop, the grass spreads out and becomes dense, resulting in a lush lawn. The height that you cut your grass will affect how healthy and attractive your lawn is.
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How to Protect Your Lawn

- 10/26/2015 11:59:21 AM
Your lawn can become vulnerable to pests and diseases because of restricted air movement, poor drainage, an imbalance in nutrients, or the wrong soil pH. Some grass species are also more susceptible to pests and diseases, especially in certain weather conditions.
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Lawn care adjustments in the fall to prepare for winter

- 10/13/2015 2:57:29 PM
Now that fall has arrived and the weather is getting cooler, you are probably spending less time outdoors in your yard. Your lawn still needs care in the colder months, but the things you should do are a little different than what you did in the spring and summer.
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