Lawn grubs live in soil and feed on grass roots, which kills the grass, resulting in a dead, brown lawn. They are also notorious for attracting other pests that want to feed on them. Here’s how to get rid of lawn grubs.
Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey are home to a number of grass types. Do you know what kind you have in your lawn? Here’s a helpful guide for identifying the most common types of grass.
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Lawn diseases come in a variety of different forms. Educate yourself by reading this rundown of common lawn diseases in our area so you can make an educated diagnosis.
Chinch bugs are known for ravaging lawns across the tri-state area. This damage can be contained to patches, but it can also kill an entire lawn. Here’s how to identify chinch bugs and get rid of them once and for all.
Fertilizing is a necessary part of maintaining a healthy, disease-free lawn. Create a yard with green, gorgeous grass by learning how to effectively fertilize your soil. Here’s how to fertilize your lawn.
Thatch occurs when grass clippings, stems, shoots, and roots accumulate on the soil around grass roots. When excessive thatch layers build up, it makes it more difficult for grass to absorb the nutrients it needs. Here’s how to get rid of thatch.
Fairy ring is not as magical as it sounds. This destructive lawn disease is caused by stubborn fungi that can kill your grass. Here’s what you need to know.
Knowing how to mow grass at the proper height is a major factor in maintaining a healthy lawn. By cutting off the dead ends of grass blades, you’re helping improve the looks and health of your grass—if, that is, you’re removing the right amount of the grass blade. Mowing done right also helps your lawn […]
In your quest for a beautiful lawn, it’s possible to forget about pet safety. Certain lawn care practices can be harmful to your four-legged friends. Learn what to do and what to avoid by reading these pet-safe lawn care tips.