Weed removal is tricky. If you don’t remove the plant by its roots, it will grow again. Luckily, there are some tricks for weed prevention and removal using do-it-yourself techniques. Learn here about common weeds and how to prevent or safely kill them.
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Looking for a natural alternative to chemical weed killers? There are a number of non-toxic remedies you can concoct with everyday household items. Read here to learn about how to safely zap these problematic plants.How to Make Weed Killer
In July of 2015, Green Lawn Fertilizing sent out one of their Service Managers and two members of the Production Department to York College in York, Pennsylvania for a Summer Turf and ornamentals training.
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Crabgrass is one of the most problematic weeds affecting Pennsylvania lawns today. That’s why it’s important to make smart decisions with regards to preventing and eliminating this difficult weed. The following are some tips for making a lawn free of crabgrass.
If you’ve ever really looked closely at your lawn, you’ve probably noticed that it looks a little strange in places. Maybe some areas are sparser than others, some yellower or browner than others and some where you’re not even sure the ground cover is grass. Learn about the causes behind and solutions to various types of previously inexplicable lawn weirdness below.
Lawn Weeds may seem like purposeless annoyances, but the appearance of many weed species can give you important information about the state of your lawn and how you can make it healthier. Consult the following list of weeds to learn what messages your weed-infested lawn may have for you.
Crabgrass spreads quickly and can choke a lawn if left untreated, but it also tells you what you need to do to make your lawn healthier in general. Find out what crab grass is telling you about your lawn and how to get rid of this invasive weed.
It’s one of your lawn’s greatest foes, Crabgrass. It was brought to the U.S. in 1849 as a crop that would potentially feed livestock but that fell through and we’ve been stuck with it ever since.
As we enter Late Spring, your grass needs nutrients and a little extra support to maintain its health as it begins its growth stage. With this application Green Lawn focuses on establishing a healthy root system to help crowd out weeds and strengthen the plant before entering into the hot, dry Summer months.
Killing the right weeds at the beginning can spare you a lot of trouble throughout the entire season.