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21 May 2016
Flea & Tick Control

How to Prevent Common Summer Bugs in Florida

Summer is a beautiful time of year in Jacksonville, Florida. People flock outdoors to bask in the sun as the temperatures rise. Unfortunately, the rising temperatures also attract an influx of bugs. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), it's possible to keep many types of summer bugs away by wearing a repellent that includes a minimum of 20% DEET. Here are some other ways you can prevent pests in Jacksonville this season.
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21 May 2016
How to care for indoor plants

How to Care for Indoor Plants

Winter weather woes can sometimes get the best of us garden enthusiasts. But the challenge and uniqueness of growing and caring for indoor plants can be a fun way to create a distinct home environment year-round. Check out our quick how-to for caring for your indoor plants!

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21 May 2016

Lawn Care Tools for New Homeowners

If you recently bought a home in the Jacksonville, Florida area – congratulations! As you moved in, you were probably excited about how to decorate, your new neighborhood, and your new life. But one thing you may have overlooked, or that might seem daunting, is lawn care. If your garage or shed doesn’t have any tools in it yet, then it’s time to go out and buy some! You don’t want to be unprepared this spring and summer when it’s time to maintain your new lawn, or want to make it more beautiful. Having the right lawn care tools is fundamental for any homeowner, and as professionals that work on lawns for a living, we want to help you understand which tools are essential to buy next time you’re at the hardware or lawn & garden store.
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23 Oct 2015

The Science Behind Mowing Properly

grass-mow-high-weeds-350.7165247_stdSt. Augustine grass needs to be cut at 3.5 - 4 inches high year around.  With most push mowers and lawn tractors purchased from department or hardware will be the highest setting available.  As the picture above indicates,  consistently mowing at a taller height helps to reduce weed invasion and builds strong, deep root systems making your lawn more resilient to insects or disease...thereby reducing the need for chemical inputs.  Keeping a sharp blade on your mower is very important also, and should never be under estimated or neglected. Sharpen your blades at least once each growing season and your lawn will love you for it!