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DIY Lawn Care VS Hiring A Pro

Spring is here and there is so much you’d rather be doing than working on your lawn. You could take the kids and the dog to the park or take a walk through the...

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Keep It Simple With Minimalistic Gardening Ideas

Minimalistic gardening is the idea of gardening in a small defined space that keeps maintenance to a minimum. It’s a great choice for people with small yards, seniors, or people with not enough time on their hands but still want to enjoy the benefits of growing your own food.

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5 Common Myths About Ticks

Mother nature’s clock has ‘ticked’ its way into the summer already. Each year ticks start their mission to wreak havoc right around May and June. Thousands of these...

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Why You Need Fall Weed Control

Your lawn has made it through another hot, dry, Tennessee summer.  If you are like most people in the area, your lawn may be looking a little thin and weedy in spots....

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Is Spring Seeding Beneficial?

A full, lush, green lawn free of bare spots is a healthy lawn.  The causes of these patches could be many and varied but they can be remedied with the proper products...

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Fall Tick Prevention Tips to Protect Your Family From These Dangerous Pests

Ticks have quickly become the most dangerous pest in the United States. While mosquito-borne illnesses like West Nile virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) have been making all the news, ticks are the critters that pose the most imminent threat. Fall is a very active time for ticks as they search for a warm place (or body) where they can overwinter. Here are a few fall tick prevention tips to protect your family from these dangerous pests.

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