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3 Reasons To Mow Your Lawn Until Frost

October 8, 2017

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It's early fall and you think your lawn mowing may be coming to an end. Depending upon the weather, you may be wrong! Generally, grass doesn't slow its growth until the daily high temperature falls below 50°F. Grass stops growing after the first hard frost. Frequent mowings until the grass stops g…

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Lawns Can Do That?

April 16, 2017

April is the month to celebrate all of what lawns do for us everyday. They help keep things quieter and cooler. Not to mention providing the oxygen we need to breathe. Here are a few facts about what grasses do for you.

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A Look At Americans' Lawn Care Knowledge

April 8, 2017

April is national lawn care month. Millions of homeowners will get their lawns ready for spring this month however studies show that you may be overconfident in your ability to properly care for your lawn. This infographic lays out Americans' lawn care knowledge.

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Myths vs. Reality: How to Get Your Lawn in Top Shape this Spring

April 1, 2017

Have you ever wondered when the right time to apply fertilizer to your yard is or whether it’s ok to cut the grass really short?

To help homeowners get their spring and summer lawn care off to a great start and to celebrate National Lawn Care Month in April, the National Association of Landscap…

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What Does Swiss Cheese and Lawns Have in Common?

September 2, 2016

You may be asking yourself, what does a sandwich staple like swiss cheese that has been around for over 700 years have in common with your home lawn? I'll admit, probably not the best conversation starter outside the state of Wisconsin. There are however more similarities than you probably realize between the two American obsessions. They are both made up of bacteria, they both smell when cut and after this hot and dry summer, they may both be yellow.

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