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Kerry Tai - April 8, 2014

After a long winter, your lawn needs maintenance in order to avoid spring lawn diseases. Spring Dead spot is an extremely visible disease of Bermudagrass. Although this disease begins during the fall season, physical signs of damage are often shown in spring. Physical Appearance When winter dormancy is over, spring dead spots will start...

John Buechner - April 4, 2014

As you begin to enjoy the warm weather, you suddenly feel the urge to mow your lawn. When you are mowing your lawn, do you enjoy picking up the grass clippings? Instead of removing the grass clippings, try leaving them on the lawn. Surprisingly, grass clippings can help soil moisture and produce stronger roots. By doing this activity, it is call...

Kerry Tai - April 2, 2014

If you want to eat garden-fresh vegetables this summer, now is a great time to get started on your vegetable garden. While there is some work involved, the good news is that if you do the right things now, you can have a harvest of healthy vegetables to eat this summer.  Here are some vegetable garden tips to get started: Look through s...

Kerry Tai - March 27, 2014

While it is still cold and snowy in many areas of the country, spring is just around the corner. And while April showers may bring May flowers, great gardens do not happen without some elbow grease, as well as judicious planning. Here are some planting tips to make your garden the best it can be in 2014: Plan ahead Cold winter nights are...

Kerry Tai - March 21, 2014

Early spring is the best time to start maintaining your lawn’s health from the cold winter. Spring fertilization is very important to help your lawn resist spring disease.  Several fungus diseases could attack your lawn during the spring.  Having a lawn that is properly fertilized, properly mowed and watered will help keep your l...

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