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January 10, 2022
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The Most Common Tree Diseases Found In Forney, Texas

Here in Forney, Texas homeowners take great pride in their yard and their trees. Not only are our trees and ornamentals a source of beauty, but they also provide shade from the intense summer heat. But even the biggest, strongest trees can catch diseases and if you aren't utilizing an effective tree and shrub care program, an infection can lead to permanent damage or even death of the tree. Here are some common tree diseases found in Texas to be on the lookout for.
December 20, 2021
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How To Keep Your Plano, Texas Athletic Field Looking Great

No matter what sport is being played on your Plano athletic field, all that activity can do a lot of damage to the grass and the surface beneath it. A healthy athletic field can help reduce player injuries, while a poorly drained, uneven, compacted, or waterlogged field can be disastrous for players, coaches, and fans. Keep reading to find out a few key tips for taking care of any athletic field.
December 6, 2021
aloe plant

Bring The Outdoors Indoors With Easy To Care For Houseplants

We spend a lot of time caring for our lawn, our trees, and our garden that we sometimes forget about the  INSIDE of our home. Bringing a little of the outdoors indoors can not only improve the look of our interiors but also the air quality.
November 22, 2021
snow mold

How To Identify, Treat, And Prevent Snow Mold In Texas Lawns

Even though we don't get as much snow in northern Texas like the rest of the country, snowstorms can bring in a dreaded enemy: snow mold. This elusive lawn disease is tricky, and many homeowners don't realize they have a problem until the snow melts in spring. Learn how to identify, treat, and prevent this problem.
November 8, 2021
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How To Properly Dispose of Leaves in Forney, Texas

Fall is in the air. As our trees change for the season and put on their display of colors you need to be ready to pick up all those leaves. Fall is a time filled with lawn care and yard work. Once all those leaves fall in your yard, what do you do with them? Most people rake and bag them and leave them by the road. But leaves are valuable resources that you can reuse in your yard. Here are some useful ways you can recycle fall leaves and put them to use in your Texas landscapes.
October 25, 2021
nutsedge weed

How You Can Target Broadleaf Weeds When They’re Most Vulnerable

Even though they're not sprouting in full force, targeting broadleaf weeds in the fall can hit them harder. Keep reading to discover why, and learn about common weeds to watch out for.
October 11, 2021
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Your Fall Guide To Texas Lawn Maintenance

Here in Texas, the end of summer doesn’t mean the end of lawn care. Fall is a time when you should be hard at work in your yard preparing it for the winter months ahead. Fall isn’t a time to slack on lawn care if you want a beautiful yard in the spring. Whether you are a new or homeowner or seasoned vet, it never hurts to brush up on fall lawn care tips for Texas yards.
September 20, 2021
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Why a Fall Dormant Oil Application Is Beneficial to Your Texas Trees

Insects such as aphids, mites, and scales are currently seeking out your Texas trees and shrubs to lay their eggs. They plan to overwinter and wake up in the spring, ready to feast on your beloved lawn ornaments. Learn how an application of dormant oil in late fall, as well as a comprehensive tree and shrub care program, can help eliminate and prevent these pests from infesting your trees and shrubs.
September 7, 2021
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How Targeted Lawn Treatment Can Help Prevent the Texas Chinch Bug

With our warm temperatures and drier air, Texas attracts all kinds of diseases and pests. One such lawn surfaces pest is the chinch bug. Here is everything you need to know about the chinch bug, the devastating damage it can cause, how to prevent it, control it, and how targeted lawn treatments can help.
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