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Lawn Weed Control Tips

Lawn Weed Control: What to Do and What Not to Do Are you tired of seeing those pesky yellow flowers in your lawn? Let’s discuss positive and negative methods of lawn weed control, starting with why you should avoid “weed and feed” fertilizers. Application Method: Granular “weed & feed” products are applied to the entire…

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I Have Brown Spots In My Lawn

Is your lawn struggling this Spring? Do you have unexplained brown patches in the lawn? Your lawn may be suffering from a stress related fungus called Ascochyta Leaf Blight. Symptoms: They may develop during any part of the growing season, but are more common during periods of hot, dry weather preceded by cool, rainy conditions….

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Lawn Watering Tips

Lawn Watering Tips: How Much Water Does My Lawn Need? With all the erratic weather we’ve experienced in the past couple of months, it can be hard to know how much lawn watering is necessary. Has it rained enough to skip a few days, or should you be increasing your watering because of the warmer…

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Weed Control Service

Weed Control Service: What to Do and What Not to Do Are you tired of seeing those pesky yellow flowers in your lawn? Let’s discuss positive and negative methods of lawn weed control, starting with why you should avoid “weed and feed” fertilizers. Application Method: Granular “weed & feed” products are applied to the entire…

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Promote Your Ash Tree Health

Promote Tree Health and Treat for Emerald Ash Borers The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was first found in Colorado in 2013 when it was discovered in Boulder. While Colorado doesn’t have native Ash trees, we have planted millions in our urban forest. Before 2002 the EAB was not found in North America. A native species…

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During this challenging time, we wanted to take a moment to let our valued customers and community know that we are taking any necessary steps to ensure your safety and the safety of our team members. Our office team will be working from home for the foreseeable future. Our technicians in the field are equipped with soap and water to wash hands on a regular basis. We have also taken the necessary action to keep our trucks and office clean and sanitized at all times. Our team will be following the CDC guidelines to include frequent hand washing, limiting proximity to sick individuals and being aware of any symptoms they may have. We will continue to operate our normal business hours.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to anyone affected by this virus.

The Integrated Lawn Care Family