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John Buechner - December 4, 2014

Winter weather will be here before you know it. Are your trees and shrubs prepared to survive the winter? Lawn Doctor recommends the following to keep your shrubs and trees safe fro weather damage: Water your trees and shrubs throughout the fall You may think that it sounds strange to water your shrubs and trees, but you may nee...

Kerry Tai - December 2, 2014

Has winter been stressing you out? It is very common to use rock salts to help melt off snow and ice especially to make your daily commute easier, but it is important to understand how rock salt can affect your lawn. What is Rock Salt? Rock salt is a type of sodium chloride. Rock salts are mainly used during cold seasons when you want to...

Kerry Tai - December 2, 2014

If you want to have a great lawn in the spring, you can get ready now by doing these preparation tips to prepare your lawn for the winter. Here are some things you should do now to get your lawn ready for the winter: Get your lawn mower equipment winterized As many of you know it is important to have your car winterized. Well, it is impo...

Kerry Tai - August 28, 2014

Having a gravel sidewalk, pathway, or driveway with your home has many appealing qualities. For example, you can have a gravel pathway using any number of beautiful kinds of gravel pebbles, including contrasting or complementary colors to your home. You can also have a gorgeous curving pathway with the gravel, something that can be more difficul...

John Buechner - August 18, 2014

You may remember pH levels from high school chemistry class. What it means is that an aqueous solution may be alkaline or acidic. Generally speaking, a number below 6 or 7 is considered to be acidic, and a number higher is considered to be alkaline. For example, lemon juice, which is considered to be very acidic, has a pH level of 2.2. You m...

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