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How to Control Summer Weeds

Lawn Care: How to Control Summer Weeds

Identifying, Treating & Preventing Weeds this Season

While maintaining a healthy lawn is your best defense against weeds, it's not easy in the dry summer months. There are still ways to help control summer weeds from taking over so you can enjoy your backyard BBQs. Read more

Pest Spotlight: Fleas and Ticks

Pest Spotlight: Fleas and Ticks

How to Protect Your Pets and Family

Spring and summer are the seasons when most people start thinking about flea and ticks—especially if there are pets in the house. But depending on where you live, these lawn pests could hang around all year. Read on to learn why. Read more

The Dangers of Ground Ivy

The Dangers of Ground Ivy

A Warning to Farmers and Horse Lovers

Ivy can be a beautiful plant as it creeps across fences, up walls, and through gardens. However, ivy can also be categorized as a weed, and there are some dangers of ground ivy. Read more

How to Treat and Control Henbit

Weed Management

How to Treat and Control Henbit

Weeds may not always look like weeds. Sometimes they look like pretty purple flowers—like henbit. To control henbit, you have to get over your love of these flowering weeds before they take over your yard or garden. Read more

Dog Urine Damage on Your Lawn

Dog Urine Damage on Your Lawn

How to Prevent & Treat It

Dog owners know all too well that their pups love to pee. When outside, they leave their mark on just about anything and everything, especially if it smells like another dog. If you have a dog, then you probably also have dog urine damage on your lawn. These brown spots are left by nitrogen-rich urine. While a small amount shouldn't hurt your lawn, the amount collected over time can do some damage. If your dog has a certain spot to make daily deposits, these are most likely where you'll start to see the grass turn brown. Read more