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New Lawn Rust Problems

New Year, New Lawn Issues

How to Guard Against Lawn Rust

In the new year, make a resolution to take good care of your lawn. If you've noticed new issues over the last few months, now's the time to plan how you can restore your grass come spring. One common problem that appears toward the end of the year is lawn rust. Learn more about how to spot the disease and what to do about it Read more

Winter Pest Control Tips

5 Winter Pest Control Tips

Leave Them Out in the Cold

Any creatures stirring around your home this holiday? Keep the following winter pest control tips in mind and leave the mice to prance around the Nutcracker stage. Read more

Signs of Japanese Beetles in Winter

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Beetles

How Japanese Beetles Survive the Winter

A winter wonderland is actually quite delightful for some insects, and means you're more likely to see signs of Japanese beetles in the warmer months. Read more

The Proper Winter Lawn Fertilizer

The Proper Winter Lawn Fertilizer

What’s Best to Beat the Winter Stress

The harsh, cold weather is tough on many things, including roads, cars, animals, humans, and our lawns. Just as we prepare our car tires, keep pets inside, and bundle up against the brutal temps, we must also prep the grass for winter. Using the proper winter lawn fertilizer helps ensure its ready to flourish again come spring. Read more

Signs of Pythium Blight

How to Spot and Treat Pythium Blight

Then Prevent it in the Future

Signs of pythium blight may not look as bad as they really are. Since this disease can be highly destructive to your lawn, it's best to take action as soon as possible. Learn the signs and set a plan of action to help save your yard before it's too late. Read more

What is Stripe Smut

What is Stripe Smut

And How to Prevent Lawn Disease

A young lawn, full of promise, with years of lush green grass in its future—it all could be taken away with a perennial disease known as stripe smut. Find out what that is, exactly, and how to prevent it from happening to your impressionable grass. Read more