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Kerry Tai - August 1, 2014

If you have spent any time at the grocery store lately, you know that organic foods – that is, food that is made without chemical pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, genetically modified organisms, antibiotics or growth hormones. The basic idea is that the organic foods – whether strawberries or chickens or broccoli or beef – ar...

Kerry Tai - July 25, 2014

Hot summer temperatures can dehydrate your lawn causing your lawn to appear unhealthy. Proper lawn watering procedures are needed to maintain color, resilience, and root development. To achieve a healthy lawn, water your lawn regularly to help develop moisture and nutrients in the roots. Proper Lawn Watering Procedures For healthy growth...

Kerry Tai - July 22, 2014

Having a terrific lawn is important if you want to enjoy your home, your yard, and your time outside. Whether it is sipping a cocktail on a lawn chair, or just enjoying the great outdoors, this is only possible with a healthy lawn. However, great lawns do not just grow naturally – they are cultivated by people who are experts in lawn care.

Kerry Tai - July 18, 2014

Similar to most lawn weeds, nutsedge is a weed that is noticeable and can deprive your turf area from obtaining moisture and nutrients. Nutsedge resides in landscapes and gardens that contain wet soil, often an indication of poor drainage, frequent irrigation, or broken sprinklers. Physical Appearance of Nutsedge Nutsedge has been known...

Kerry Tai - July 14, 2014

Humid summer nights can bring plenty of unwanted pests to your home. These pests can surround the perimeter of your home when you least expect it! Common pests can include ants, crickets, spiders, centipedes, and other various multi-legged pests. To keep your home safe, a perimeter pest control program is suggested to decrease the chance of unwa...

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