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Except in the cases of newly planted turf or severe drought, Mother Nature usually provides all the rainfall that your lawn will need to thrive. You will know it’s time to water when the lawn fades to a dull green and your footprints remain visible in the grass. Read on to learn when to water your lawn and how to do it properly. Read more

Mowing at the correct height for your grass type can help encourage a healthy lawn by fighting off weeds and preventing lawn diseases. Learn here about how correctly setting your lawn mower’s cutting height can set up your lawn for success. Read more

Tips for Effective Weed Control

Tips for Effective Weed Control

Weeds are the undesirable plants in your garden. They spread throughout properties stealing sun, water, and soil nutrients from desirable plants. Control can be tricky. Read here for some handy tips on effective weed control. Read more

Weeds are undesirable plants that invade gardens and turf, stealing their nutrients. Split into two main types—broadleaf and grassy—methods of control depend on the kind of weed on your property. Learn here about how to identify these weeds. Read more

Controlling Clover in Your Lawn

Controlling Clover in Your Lawn

Clover is one of the most common weeds in Ohio. This aggressive, invasive perennial is known for taking over your yard. Many homeowners yearn for clover-free turf. Read on to learn about how to control clover in your lawn. Read more

Grub Control: White Grub Alert!

Grub Control: White Grub Alert!

White grubs can cause serious damage to a healthy lawn. They feast on grass roots, causing brown patches of turf that pull up easily. There are several other ways to control a white grub infestation. Read here to find out more. Read more