Mulching and Pulling Weeds in Fall

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Mulching and pulling weeds in fall is an important component of year-round lawn care. Fall lasts from September 21st, the autumnal equinox, to December 21st, the winter solstice. What does that have to do with lawn care? Well, it means fall is the season when nature herself begins to slow down. That includes every living …

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How to Care for Outdoor Succulents in Texas

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The beautiful thing about succulents is that they’re extremely hardy, and therefore easy to maintain. Most succulents thrive in warm, dry climates, due to their ability to store water. However, if you live in a region that is prone to occasional frosts, such a North Texas, you may want to keep them in a container. …

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How to Install Landscape Fabric Under Rocks

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If you are looking to smarten up your landscape, flower bed, or garden in general, adding decorative rocks is both attractive and useful. They can enhance the aesthetic of your yard, and can sometimes even be used as mulch. When it comes to rock-based landscaping, it’s beneficial to apply a fabric bed- known as landscaping …

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Fall Fertilizer and Overseeding Techniques

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Overseeding your lawn can improve the quality and health of your grass and soil.  It’s one of the most effective things you can do. Another important component is keeping up a regular fertilization schedule that works with your grass type. Here are a few tips and tricks for keeping your lawn lush and healthy with …

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Summer Patch and Snow Mold Lawn Diseases

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The difficult thing about lawn diseases is that they often look similar- at least upon initial inspection, and the range of circumstances in which they thrive is all over the map. Some like heat, some like cold; some like sun, some like shade; most of them enjoy damp environments, but there are a few that …

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Red Thread and Rust Lawn Diseases

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Many fungal lawn diseases look a lot alike, so it’s good to know how to tell them apart. Why? Because then you know how to treat it to keep your lawn healthy! All of the diseases Ryno Lawn Care is featuring are fungal, but the conditions in which they thrive can tell you how to …

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Mistakes To Avoid – Custom Home Designer And Home Builder

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Mistakes to Avoid – Custom Home Designer and Home Builder The idea of building a home fit for your dreams is something so many people hope to accomplish at some point in their life. Having a house where you are given free rein with the design concept down to the exact specifications seems surreal, not …

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Pythium and Dollar Spot Lawn Diseases

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Every vigilant homeowner knows that, when it comes to maintaining a healthy lawn, you’ve got to understand the problem you’re facing in order to treat it effectively. But here is the tricky part: many lawn diseases look very similar in the way they affect your turf. It can be very difficult to determine what disease …

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