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Machesney Park, IL 61115
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Redroot Pigweed- Weed of the day! Have you seen one? #uglynames #summerlawns #weedofthday
Bringing you the weed of the day, the infamous Poison Ivy! #PoisonIvy #nofun #weedoftheday
Here’s a great article to jump star, t your #weekendwarrior projects! #happysaturday
American Burnwood is the “Weed of the day” for your education and identification purposes! #lawncare #knowyourenemy
Check out the Lawncare #weedoftheday, every Tuesday and Friday! Today’s week is the #whiteclover
Hope everyone has a safe and happy 4th!
Weed of the day! Prickly Lettuce! #weedoftheday
Large Crabgrass. not our friend!
They do a good job of fertilizing but watch out for your downspout extensions because they aren’t to careful with them.
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It’s Time to get your grass into gear with the Best in the Business!
Backyard Renovations that Increase Home Value. Looking for the best way to spend your mula? These are some of the best backyard renovations that increase home value and put money back into your pocket!
Check out the Lawncare #weedoftheday, every Tuesday and Friday!
Today’s week is the #whiteclover. Want to conserve water on your landscape? Take out your lawn and replace it with a swimming pool. The California Pool & Spa Association says that a standard-sized pool, plus decking, uses one-third less water than an irrigated lawn after an initial fill. Could that be right? Does it make sense? California is in the fourth year of a drought, and Gov. Jerry Brown this spring mandated a 25 percent reduction in residential use across the state. Many agencies are in full-blown campaigns to eliminate lawns altogether and are offering property owners financial incentives to do so. That is assuming The California Pool & Spa Association’s pool-versus-lawn story is believable in the first place. Who’s to say, really? The numbers it came up with to slam lawns are based on its own in-house study. The pool-versus-lawn calculations depend on too many variables to be reliable, say experts.
These variables include how much water splashes out, whether there’s a pool cover to prevent(…)