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    Foxtail In Your Lawn: How to Control and Get Rid Of This Weed

    https://youtu.be/W_gRNyF7osw The foxtail season is here! Every spring brings lovely weather, new plant life cycle, wildflowers, and foxtail seeds. Also known as grass awns, the foxtail weed can be hazardous to your lawn, as well as your pets. Foxtail is an annual type of grass that rears its head in the summer months. It gets the name from the seed heads it forms, which look exactly like the foxes…Read More

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    Leaf Spot Disease: Everything You Need to Know

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmoNcR46tr4&feature=youtu.be Leaf spot is a common turf disease caused by bacteria and fungi. The disease cycle could start from spots or lesions on grass blades and progress onto rot or death of the plant known as melting out. Melting out is a different disease also caused by fungi in the same group. Melting out and leaf spot are usually mentioned together. If …Read More

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    Japanese Stiltgrass:A Pesky Annual Grass You Should Get Rid Of

    Japanese stiltgrass is an annual weed that is also known as Nepalese browntop and Asian stiltgrass. It manages to replace native vegetation in a lot of ecosystems. From forested floodplains to forest edges, stream banks, fields, trails and ditches, it is known for colonizing lawns and gardens too. The Latin term Microstegium vimineum is used to describe this weed, which grows well in many light co…Read More

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    How to Stop Grubs From Destroying Your Lawn

    If your grass pulls up easily during the summer months (June, July, and August) and turns brown, it may be infested with lawn grubs.  Why can they be so dangerous?  They eat the grassroots, leaving your beautiful lawn a brown mess. They also attract the biggest pests to your yard who come to eat them.  Having a few lawn grubs isn’t problematic and might be healthy for your turf, however, too …Read More

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    How to Maintain a Healthy Lawn This Summer

    Summer is the best time of the year for hosting family BBQ events, buffeting with friends or throwing garden parties for your neighbors. With so many activities out there, summer lawn care may not be on top of your list of priorities. If you want to maintain a beautiful and healthy lawn this summer, you should keep an eye from June to August to ensure that your favorite place for gathering stays g…Read More

  6. red thread in the lawn

    Red Thread In The Lawn: How To Identify And Control It

    Red thread is one of the most serious spring and summer lawn diseases. It is also one of the most common fungal patch diseases found on lawns in Pennsylvania - especially in places where the turf is deficient in nitrogen. Known for causing brown patches of turf mostly in the wet summer months, red thread destroys the grass in the autumn months as well. The actual cause of it is the fungus named 'L…Read More

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    10 Awesome Backyard Activities You Can Try This Summer

    We have all been there… Wanting to try something different out in our backyards but ending up with no ideas or lack of motivation for something new. Now that the summer is in full swing here in Pennsylvania, your lawn probably looks healthy and fresh - so it is about time to host a party or even a local hangout and relish the warm weather this time of the year. The best thing about the summer ba…Read More

  8. Dealing With Lawn Problems: The Guide

    Nowadays, there are many common lawn problems concerning homeowners. The truth is, weeds are not the only thing that stands between you and the lawn of your dreams. Once the turf is established, you also need to watch out for pests, fungal diseases and even issues like Fido. If you have been spotting mysterious brown spots or dry patches plaguing your grass, you should not worry about it - and rat…Read More

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    Maintaining A Healthy Lawn: The Only Guide You Need

    These are the basics of lawn care and maintaining a healthy lawn. If you want to achieve a healthy lawn without the help of a professional lawn care company in Pennsylvania, you need to know all the ins and outs of proper lawn care. If you are an average homeowner, chances are that you spend around 3-4 hours per week on yard work and mow your lawn around 30 times a year. What’s interesting is th…Read More

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    Starting Off With Lawn Care In The Right Way

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bug21tjYIGI&feature=youtu.be When it comes to lawn care, there is no “one size fits all” solution that can be applied for all lawns, all turfs and all seasons. The truth is, lawn care practices are seasonal which means that the efforts you put in the springtime and summer days would give the results you should expect all year round. One great example on this…Read More