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It is cooling down quickly in many parts of the United States. If your area hasn’t experienced the first freeze of the season yet, it is only a matter of time before the first serious cold fronts move in. Winter is the time of year...

Growing grass in shady conditions is a common challenge for many homeowners. It is common knowledge that grass cannot be grown in total shade (like all plants, grass requires sunlight to photosynthesize), but the questions “how much shade is too much?” or “what is the...

In many regions on the United States, loosely constructed fire ant mounds pop-up all over yards and around buildings overnight. While the mounds are unattractive, they are not necessarily bad for the health of a lawn; however, fire ants are more than just an unsightly...

Irrigation is not a new invention. In fact, the first irrigation technology can be traced to ancient civilizations. Over the last twenty or so years, though, irrigation has evolved leaps and bounds. Whether you are interested in cutting-edge technology or are interested in something more...

The summer (think: live outside, cookout, play in the grass) season is here.  There are so many great things about summer, but it’s also prime insect season. While flying insects can be a nuisance for your outdoor enjoyment, it’s important to pay special attention to...

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