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Nutsedge in the Lawn

Is There Nutsedge in my Lawn?

How to Identify & Control

At first it looks like grass, but soon it will grow faster and sprout seeds and you'll know you have nutsedge in the lawn. Read more

How to Aerate Your Lawn

How to Aerate Your Lawn

And Why You Should

Just like us, our grass needs air to breathe. Aerating our lawn helps with that while also allowing other nutrients to reach the roots. Learn more about how to aerate your lawn and why it's so important. Read more

Pesticide Safety

Pesticide Safety

Limiting the Risks

Are pesticides safe? Well they're used to kill something, whether it's weeds, bugs, or disease. Therefore, they all contain ingredients that are not safe for something or else they wouldn't do their job. However, the risk of using pesticides is different based on the product and how much you use. Learn more about pesticide safety and how to help protect yourself, your family, and your plants. Read more

Oxalis: Food or Weed

Oxalis: Food or Weed

More Ways to Look at This Unique Plant

Lawn weeds probably aren't at the top of your grocery list or a part of any new recipe. However, some plants that are thought to be fighting for rule of your lawn can actually make a tasty addition to your pantry. Oxalis is one variety. Learn more about its special properties. Read more

Natural Mosquito Control

Natural Mosquito Control

Preventing Pests Without Chemicals

Summer pests like mosquitos are bad enough. Trying to control them doesn't have to be. Here are some more natural forms of mosquito control to make the process a bit more tolerable. Read more

Mosquitoes and the West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus

Is it Still a Threat?

Though it may not be talked about in the news as much anymore, there are still reported cases of West Nile virus in most of the United States. The main cause of the infection is through a mosquito bite, so the best way to protect yourself is to avoid getting bit. Here are the facts. Read more