Droughts can cause lasting damage to an otherwise-healthy lawn. Here’s what you can do to get your brown lawn green again.
Protect yourself, your family, and your pets from fleas and ticks by learning how to identify an infestation in your lawn. Here’s how.
Watering your lawn properly is one of the most important things you can do for it. Do your turf a favor and take the time to learn more about how to water your lawn here.
The mosquito is considered to be the most dangerous animal on the planet. In fact, mosquito-borne illnesses are responsible for more than one million deaths per year. This flying pest exists on every continent, with the exception of Antarctica. Don’t become a statistic. Keep your family—and yourself—safe from mosquito-caused harm by keeping these disease-ridden bugs away.
Weeds are plants that grow where they’re not wanted and are notoriously difficult to eradicate. It’s especially hard to remove weeds found in lawns. Here are a few ways to keep weeds out of your yard.
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.