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Planning to spend Labor Day grilling with friends and family?  Put away your barbecue apron. Fall lawn care  season is here. Late August and early September are ideal for preparing your lawn for its fall growth finale.

Fall lawn care prepares your lawn for a lush spring display.

[/caption] Seed and sod: Mid to late August is optimal for seeding or putting in new sod. This gives your grass full advantage of the September growing season ... Read the rest of this story

Battling bugs and other pests in your lawn can be time consuming, frustrating and hazardous. Here’s how to minimize pest pest problems with a program of preventive lawn care: Go Green First: Depending on the type of bugs you’re battling, and the intensity of the infestation, it’s best to try “green” pest control products first. This can help minimize damage to the evironment, wildlife, while keepying your lawn and gardens safe for humans and pets. Insecticidal soaps ... Read the rest of this story

What happened to the green grass of summer? Your lawn may be looking anything but green. Here are a few lawn care  tips for giving your grass the equivalent of a hammock and a tall frosty drink.  Drinking problem?  If your lawn is green, but has some brown patches, you may need to reset your sprinklers to that all of your lawn gets adequate water. Other problems could include a clogged or broken sprinkler line, or inadequate watering ... Read the rest of this story

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