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Tips to Take Care of Bermuda Grass in the Winter

Bermuda Grass in the Winter

Tips to Keep It Healthy

Bermuda grass goes dormant in the winter, so there are some things you need to do to take care of it before it grows again in the springtime.

Dormant Seeding: Dos and Don’ts

Dormant Seeding

Dos and Don’ts

Fall is the best time to seed your lawn. Learn about the process called dormant seeding and why it's a great way to set your lawn up for success.

Rake or Mulch Leaves: Which Is Better?

Rake or Mulch Leaves

Which Is Better?

You have a options for removal, but do you know what is the best choice for the leaves on your lawn? Learn if you should rake or mulch leaves. 

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Tips to Keep New Grass Alive

Tips to Keep New Grass Alive

How to Help It Thrive

You've put in the work to try to grow new grass. Now that it's sprouting, do you know how to take care of it? Read on to find out.

Watering Lawn After Aeration: How Long Should You Wait?

Watering Lawn After Aeration

How Long Should You Wait?

How long should you wait to water your lawn after aeration? We have the answer!

Tall Fescue Grass Seed for PA & NJ

Tall Fescue Grass Seed for PA & NJ

And Other Local Grass Options

Tall fescue grass seed is a popular choice for PA & NJ is tall fescue grass seed. Learn what this grass is like and other options for your yard. 

How to Maintain Your Lawn in Extreme Heat

How to Maintain Your Lawn in Extreme Heat

3 Things You Can Do

As we're dealing with the hottest temperatures of the year, your lawn might be feeling the effects. Learn how you can maintain your lawn in extreme heat. 

How to Kill Spotted Lanternflies

How to Kill Spotted Lanternflies

Year-Round Solutions

While adults are only around in the summertime, you can work to kill spotted lanternflies all throughout the year. Learn how.

Heat-Stressed Lawn: Signs & Solutions

Heat-Stressed Lawn

Signs & Solutions

It's the hottest time of the year, and your grass might suffer. Learn the signs you have a heat-stressed lawn and what you can do about it.