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  • We all know getting the most out of a lawn care program will take some standard maintenance such as mowing, watering, and fertilizing, but one thing that may go unnoticed is the need to break up compacted soil and thatch that can build up on a lawn. When a lawn’s soil becomes too compact or the thatch layer becomes too thick, it will be difficult for water, oxygen, and nutrients…

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  • A beautiful landscape can be tough to enjoy amidst the din of buzzing mosquitoes during the summertime in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Below, are some tips to help reduce the population in your oasis this year. 1. Eliminate…

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  • Do you ever have a feeling or a sense that your home is being invaded by unwanted guests? Your personal space in the kitchen, living room, bathroom, attic, or garage can be the ultimate vacation for mice. What more could they want than a cozy space to call…

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  • Spring is just around the corner! And with the excitement comes curiosity, what's been going on in your yard under all that snow? Catching the signs right away will give your oasis the best chance for recovery!1) Above ground tunnels you can seeUsually seen…

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  • Throughout the spring, the end of the summer, and into the beginning of the fall, you may experience different waves of activity on your lawn. Destruction is taking place as moles are burrowing their way to new destinations. Even mowing your lawn feels a little rougher than normal, going over…

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  • Environmental Benefits Having a nice healthy lawn is not just for show. A well-cared-for lawn has many practical benefits as well. Lawns work as a natural trap for dust and erosion control. About 12 million tons of dust are trapped annually by lawns in the U.S. alone. Healthy lawns also provide great protection for runoff…

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