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Centipede Grass Seed – What’s Critical to Know Before You Sow

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More Information on Centipede Grass Check out our page on Centipede Grass to learn more about growing a healthy Centipede lawn. ×...

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The Best Grasses for Florida

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The Sunshine State is a fantastic climate for all warm-season grasses. Florida’s peninsula is 447 miles long and has 3 regions:...

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How to Clean and Maintain your Artificial Lawn

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Maintaining an artificial lawn is a lot simpler than taking care of a natural lawn. All you need to do is keep it free of dirt and debris,...

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Best Grass For Texas

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Referring to Texas weather as “temperamental” may be the understatement of the year! No matter where you live in the Lone...

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How to Get Rid of Crabgrass

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How to Get Rid of Crabgrass in Your Lawn If you suffer from an aggressive infestation of crabgrass, the most effective means to rid...

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RoundUp Alternative – Natural And Chemical Alternatives to the Popular Brand

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Clever marketing and successful branding made Round Up the weed killer of choice. It’s also made it a primary target for litigation....

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Centipede Grass Fungus

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Centipede grass is widely used in lawns, and for good reason. It's easy to manage and doesn’t need a lot of fertilizer or water. But...

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Ultimate Weed Identification Guide – With Pictures and Recommendations on How to Kill Them

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Note: this weed identification guide is a work in progress. Therefore, we intend to update often so be sure to check back for updates. Last...

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Zoysia Grass Seed – What to Know Before You Sow a New Zoysia Lawn

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Many homeowners choose to skip the sod when establishing a beautiful zoysia grass lawn. They choose to use seed instead. Using zoysia seed...

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The Pros and Cons of St Augustine Grass – How to Establish & Care for St Augustine

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St. Augustine Grass grows well in warm, humid regions of the country. Characteristically grown near the coast, this grass has regional...

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