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Weed Man Fall Lawn Care Statistics

Not sure if a fall lawn care plan is right for your yard? The proof is in the numbers! Take a look at these seasonal statistics from Weed Man Lawn Care:... More

Halloween Yard Ideas that Are Scary Good

Just like that, October has arrived, which means Halloween won’t be too far behind. Have you started decorating? Halloween d├ęcor is a great way to show off that yard you’ve worked so hard to cultivate all summer long – and, let’s not forget how much fun it is to get into the spooky spirit of the season.... More

DIY Fall Wreath Ideas

Fall is the BEST season when it comes to getting crafty! Between the vibrant colors, abundance of natural materials, and a growing emphasis on seasonal curb appeal, many homeowners are eager to get out the glue gun and glitter and get to work! ... More

DIY Mosaic Patio Stones

The first few weeks of fall are crucial for caring for your lawn and taking care of those last-minute outdoor chores. As you check off the essential items on your to do list this month, take some time to get a little bit crafty with Weed Man’s new do-it-yourself mosaic stone project. In addition to being fun and inexpensive to make, these stones will make a memorable addition to your lawn and garden – this fall, next spring, and for years to come. ... More

Creating Healthy Soil

No matter how actively you care for your lawn, it all comes down to healthy soil at the end of the day. If your soil can’t provide a habitable, healthy environment for grass plants, then your lawn will ultimately suffer.  While there are many factors to consider when thinking about your soil, but your lawn’s pH level should always be on your radar. If you have thin, discolored turf that does not grow very well, unbalanced pH may be at play. ... More

Fall Watering Q & A

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

Is Your Lawn Going Bald?

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

Getting Rid of Armyworms

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

Getting to the Root of the Problem

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

Controlling Nutsedge in Your Lawn

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

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