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Mowing with Frost on Your Lawn

Is it OK to Mow with Frost?

Frost’s Impact on You Lawn

When the temperature falls below freezing, thin layers of ice form on the ground, grass, and other surfaces.  The frost...

Dollar spot fungus causes little brown patches in your lawn. Find out what it is, how it ends up on your lawn, and what you can do to fix it.

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There is no denying that mosquitoes can be a big problem with lawns. Indeed, once you've seen a few mosquitoes in your lawn, chances are there are hundreds more that have simply not popped up. Playing in a lawn filled with mosquitoes is a recipe for disaster, but of course your lawn is meant to be enjoyed, and these invasions make them nearly impossible to enjoy.

Aerating and seeding is the most reliable way to ensure a beautiful, lush lawn. Find out how much this service will cost if you choose to work with a professional versus doing it yourself.

Here are some ways to adjust your home's lawn grass and turn the power of nature in your favor. With these methods, you can have lush, lively grass that Mother Earth would envy:

Biting pests are some of the worst types of pests, and two of the most common biting pests are fleas and ticks. Fleas and ticks are often quite abundant in late summer and into the fall. They can also be more than a nuisance - they can be harmful to you and your pets. The following are several strategies you can try to stay safe from fleas and ticks.

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.

Signs of Grubs on Lawn

Signs of Grubs on Lawn

And How You Can Get Rid of Them

Learn to recognize and address grub problems before they have the chance to make your lawn miserable.