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How to Water Your Lawn in Arizona

Recently moved to Arizona and aren’t sure how much water you need to give your grass? Here are a few tips and a month-to-month watering guide to ensure you’re doing it correctly. Most homes in Arizona have lawns that need specific maintenance and care. Unlike other climates around the nation, in the desert, we only have two seasons for grass: Winter and summer. Due to our harsh summer...
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Preparing Your Lawn for Warmer Weather

Spring is coming early this winter, is your lawn ready for a warmer winter? It’s only January and your lawn already thinks that this warmer winter is the beginning of spring! You’ll need to start feeding and watering it according to the weather and not the calendar. An important key to caring for your lawn in warmer weather, however, is knowing what kind of lawn you have. For those who have...
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Fall Weed Control Video

Want to win the game against the weeds this Fall? You’ve got the Home-Field advantage! Fall weeds come up quickly, here is what you can do to stop them. You’re going to need a good offense and a strong defense, Pre-emergent herbicide Post-emergent herbicide If you bench your best players, you’re bound to spend your time fighting for every yard of clean grass on your property....
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Weed Control Infographic

The two best ways to play your weed control There are really just 3 ways to fight weeds in your yard: You can pull them by hand You can kill spray them as they appear (Post-Emergent Herbicides) You can kill the seeds in the ground before they sprout (Pre-Emergent Herbicides) If you want to win the game against your weeds you need a strong defense and a strong offense, otherwise, the weeds will...
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Tree Care: Queen Palm

Care for your Queen Palm like royalty. For many years, Queen Palms have been used for quick shade, screening and a lush tropical accent across the valley. They are used in several landscape designs, are very clean and easy to grow. Queen Palms originally came from Brazil and Argentina, but can now be found in the western part of the U.S. where winter temperatures don’t drop below 20 degrees....
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