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Lawn Care Tips from the Pros

14Apr

Am I Too Late For Crabgrass Control?

With April upon us, spring is in full swing. Lawn mowers are cranked up again and landscape mulch is flying off the shelves. Crabgrass, though, has yet to germinate, as it requires warmer soil temperatures before it ever begins to sprout. Therefore, we still have ample time to apply pre-emergent for crabgrass control. At least a dozen common weeds are currently flourishing in lawns, which also makes this an optimal time to apply post-broadleaf weed controls. Happy spring lawn spraying!! Read More »

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