After a summer of extreme temperatures and heavy foot traffic, bare spots are appearing on neighborhood lawns across the country. Find out why fall is the best time to seed and repair patchy turf. ... More
One of the biggest issues that arises is overwatering, which can lead to harmful turf grass diseases. Just like during the hot, dry weather of summer, you should only water your lawn when it needs it.... More
Nutsedge is a warm-season, perennial grassy weed found on many home lawns across the U.S. Its three-leaf structure, light green color, and rapid growth rate create a non-uniform lawn, making it distinguishable from desirable grasses Although there are many different types of nutsedges, yellow and purple are the most common varieties of these turf pests.... More
Fall armyworms can cause significant, costly damage to local lawns. In fact, these pests can completely destroy a lawn in a matter of 24 hours if not treated upon discovery. These destructive lawn invaders are found in large numbers (up to millions in a single colony) “marching” across the turf and eating grass blades as they go.... More
If you're wondering where to start when it comes to your fall lawn care routine, the importance of investing in an aeration cannot be stressed enough - especially when it comes to the health of your lawn's roots. ... More
Mushrooms are usually an unwelcome guest at any summer lawn party, as they tend to show up uninvited and often bring along multiple pesky friends.... More
Spruce up your yard with these easy-to follow tips from Weed Man!... More
- Wash the chicken legs and remove the skin.
- Place the legs in a single layer in a baking dish.
- For the marinade, place the yogurt, Cilantro (ripped up a bit), chopped onion, curry powder, garam masala and garlic in a blender or food processor. Blend until smooth.
- Pour evenly over the legs, turning to coat. Cover and refrigerate at least one hour.
Your lawn is an ever-changing, living entity that requires ongoing cultivation in order to remain protected from weed infestation. Any change in a lawn’s environment, structure, or quality can act as an invitation for weeds to take over — and trust us when we say that they will take over without hesitation (and in the blink of an eye!). ... More
Lawn mowing isn’t a one size fits all cultural practice. In fact, each and every grass type functions best within a certain cutting height range. Staying within these guidelines can help you maintain a more weed resistant, drought tolerant lawn structure. Cutting the lawn too short, on the other hand, can result in unsightly turf disease, weed infestation, and extreme thinning of the lawn. ... More