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What Type Of Grass Do I Have
Lawn Care & Maintenance
What Type Of Grass Do I Have?
Starting a lawn from scratch? It’s important to identify your grass type based on where you live. Here are common grass types for cool and warm regions.
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Leaf & Needle Problems
Do Peach Trees Lose Their Leaves in the Fall?
Peach leaf curl is a fungal disease that targets trees during growing season. Once the fungus is in full swing there’s no way to stop it. Your best course of action is to treat the tree with fungicide before the next growing season.
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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Most Common Questions about Caring for Trees in Fall
Have questions about fall tree and lawn care? Davey has compiled the most common tree questions with answers below.
How To Cleanup Your Landscape After A Snowy Winter
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
How To Cleanup Your Landscape After A Snowy Winter
Clean up your home landscape after a snowy and icy winter with these expert tips to help prepare your yard for a better spring.
How To Prepare Trees For Winter
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Tree Care Checklist: How to Keep Trees Healthy This Winter
Follow our ultimate checklist filled with tips on how to prepare your landscape and trees for the winter, cold weather.
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Insect & Disease Issues
Verticillium Wilt Threatens Japanese Maples
Here are the first signs and symptoms of verticillium wilt on your Japanese maples and what you can do for treatment and stop it from spreading.
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Insect & Disease Issues
Diplodia Tip Blight On Pines
Diplodia fungus causes the tips of your pine needles to turn brown and mostly occurs during the growing season from March through October. Ways to treat diplodia tip blight is first by keeping your pine and evergreens healthy and properly irrigated throughout the year. Learn more.
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Plant Health Care
Why is Water Coming Out of My Tree Trunk? (Bacterial Wetwood)
Is water pouring out of tree or tree trunk? This could be bacterial wetwood infection, also known as slime flux. Learn why your tree is leaking water and what you can do to help!
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