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Early Mosquito Control to Combat the Spread of Zika

When thinking about mosquito control, one common misconception that many people have is that you have to wait until you see large numbers of mosquitoes before you begin a mosquito control treatment plan. But in reality, the best time to begin is earlier in the ‘mosquito season’ – when mosquitoes are just starting to emerge…

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Robotic Lawn Mowers On the Cutting Edge: Facts About

Robotic Lawn Mowers On the Cutting Edge: Facts About

We’ve always enjoyed futuristic things at ExperiGreen Lawn Care. From science fiction to artificial intelligence to the latest in technological advances, if it’s futuristic – we’re interested! So you can imagine our excitement when we started reading about robotic lawn mowers. After all, who truly enjoys mowing their lawn? Even more, who enjoys having to…

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Lawn Mites in Denver, Colorado? Yes, They’re a Problem!

Lawn Mites in Denver, Colorado? Yes, They’re a Problem!

Did your lawn come out of the winter months looking brown, dry or even…dead? And are the bare/dry spots in your lawn not showing signs of recovering? Unfortunately, the Denver area has become the host for a convention of lawn mites – who have decided to move into the area with millions of their friends. Lawns in…

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Control Creeping Charlie and Ground Ivy in Your Chicago Lawn

Control Creeping Charlie and Ground Ivy in Your Chicago Lawn

One of the most damaging weeds in lawns in the Midwest is Creeping Charlie (Glechoma hederacea). Also known as Ground Ivy, this weed has distinct kidney-bean shaped leaves with small purplish flowers and scalloped leaf margins. This plant creeps with along the ground, with long stems that root at the root nodes. As the plant…

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Controlling Crabgrass in Detroit

Controlling Crabgrass in Detroit

Crabgrass is one of the most prevalent and invasive weed species in turf in the Midwest. Once crabgrass gets a hold in a lawn or landscape, it can be difficult (but not impossible) to eliminate entirely. Crabgrass is an ‘indicator weed’, in that its presence is an indication of other turf problems. For example, crabgrass…

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Tall Fescue vs. Bermuda Grass in the Carolinas

Tall Fescue vs. Bermuda Grass in the Carolinas

There are two broad categories of grasses in North Carolina and South Carolina: cool-season, cool-climate grasses and warm-season, warm-climate grasses. Each of these types of grasses responds differently to hot, dry periods. The cool-season, cool-climate grasses (such as Tall Fescue) grow best at temperatures between 60 and 75 degrees and have a difficult time adjusting…

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Our 2 Favorite Cider Mills in the Indianapolis Area

Our 2 Favorite Cider Mills in the Indianapolis Area

Though the warm weather of late tells us differently – autumn is here! And for many of us at ExperiGreen Lawn Care, it’s hard not to think about cider mills and apple orchards this time of year. The time with family and friends rustling through the leaves, enjoying those heavenly cider donuts, caramel apples, and…yes…the…

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Aeration & Overseeding Benefits

Aeration & Overseeding Benefits

Before the 1970s, few homeowners would have been aware of the benefits of aeration and over-seeding. Of course, on golf courses, where a carpet-like playing surface was mandatory, aeration and over-seeding was common. Thin areas that were not severely damaged but less than acceptable to golfers, required some help. Aeration and over-seeding provided the solution….

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