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How to Overseed Your Lawn

- 6/21/2016 8:57:54 AM
Cold winter weather can cause a lawn to become thin and brown in the spring and allow weeds to flourish. The easiest way to restore your lawn to its green and lush condition is to overseed.
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Dandelion Control Tips

- 5/31/2016 3:44:45 PM
Dandelions frustrate many homeowners. If you don’t get rid of them, the crowns and roots will continue to live even after the leaves die. These perennial weeds will lie dormant over the winter and begin to grow again in the spring.
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Cold Spring Nights Can Discolor Your Grass

- 5/23/2016 9:13:56 AM
Spring weather is usually relatively warm, but occasionally nights can get chilly and frost can form on your lawn. The cold can burn some sections of the grass and cause yellow or white patches. This discoloration can easily be mistaken for disease or fungus, but it is actually caused by the cold temperatures.
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Strategies to Keep Weeds out of Your Garden

- 5/16/2016 11:21:34 AM
Weeds can grow quickly in a garden and get in the way of the vegetables and flowers you have planted. Tearing them out is tedious and frustrating work, and they often come back. Here are some tips to prevent weeds from taking over your garden.
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How Often Should a Lawn Be Watered?

- 5/2/2016 10:24:14 AM
Lawns need water to be green and healthy, but too much or too little can cause damage. If you run your sprinkler system all night long, the lawn can develop diseases. If you only use the sprinkler infrequently and for short periods of time, the lawn will have shallow roots, which can lead to problems in hot weather.
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Heavy Rain Can Cause Damage to Your Lawn

- 4/25/2016 9:28:03 AM
Water is vital for a lawn to grow green and healthy, but your grass can get too much of a good thing. Too much rain can cause damage and diseases in your lawn. If the soil under the grass becomes over saturated with water, it can prevent oxygen from moving through it quickly to the roots. This can cause the roots to die.
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