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John Buechner - January 14, 2015

Mowing your lawn can be a pain, but it is necessary for a variety of reasons. Not only can you be fined in many places if your lawn gets overgrown, but mowing your lawn is important to keep your lawn looking lush and green. Regular mowing will actually make your lawn look denser and thicker, and will help lawn treatments work more effectively ...

John Buechner - January 12, 2015

Great lawns do not just happen; they take work and ongoing care. Things like lawn disease and thatch can ruin your lawn and will take time and effort to fix. But there is a way to prevent diseases and thatch buildup from damaging your yard. Here are some tips from local lawn care professionals on how to stop these threats before they become a ma...

John Buechner - January 2, 2015

Identifying Different Types of Grass on Your Lawn  If you want to have a great lawn, you need to know what type of grass you have. After all, things like water use, fertilization, mowing height and frequency, as well as weed and pest control treatments may be dependent upon what type of grass is growing on your lawn. If you incorrectly...

John Buechner - December 19, 2014

If you want to have a picture perfect lawn by next spring and summer, the best time to start is the fall, before your lawn goes dormant for the winter. Having a lawn that looks great and healthy year-round can be a seemingly overwhelming challenge. Fortunately starting now with fall lawn maintenance checklist will help your yard be prepared for...

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...

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