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How To Revive Your Lawn After Grass Dies

More often than not, it is possible to bring back to life a dead lawn without the need to tear everything down and start all over. However, your success largely depends on how long the grass has been dead. Usually, grass that appears dead for a short period, between 3 to 5 weeks, can successfully…
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Landscape Lighting for Tropical Gardens

Tropical gardens are where everything is large, green and dramatic and adding a little landscape lighting to it makes the entire night in your garden look magical. Do not invest too much for your tropical garden to look good only during the day, imagine all that lushness with a soft glow all through the night…
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Lawn Pests and How to Treat Them

Pests can invade and infest lawns, creating an eyesore of otherwise well-maintained home lawns. Pest infestations in gardens are a common occurrence in many homes, often resulting in damage to not only the grass turf and soil but surrounding structures. The destruction left behind by lawn pests can be devastating; that is why many homeowners…
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The Four Main Types of Irrgation

In agriculture, watering crops can be done through irrigation or rain. Since rain can sometimes be unreliable due to climate change, most farmers rely on irrigation to cultivate plants. The type of irrigation a farmer chooses depends on factors such as soil type, type of crop, land topography and weather patterns. The following are the…
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Reducing Harmful Insects in Your Lawn

If you are an avid gardener or landscaper, the appearance of your lawn is important to you. You also know that regular tending to your yard and soil can produce beautiful, healthy crops. Unfortunately, there are also insects that can take over your garden and ruin your plants and grass. You can maintain the health…
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Irrigation Tips for Dense Soil

If you want to grow a garden or tend to the grass, the trees on your landscape, you may find that your soil is unusually dense. If you have dense soil or your soil is clay-like, here are some tips for keeping the lawn adequately watered. Dense Soil Characteristics Dense or clay-like soil is hard-packed,…
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Landscaping Ideas for Warm-Weather Edible Plants

Living in warm weather means, you have many options when it comes to growing flowers and shrubs, and there are a variety of edible plants that will thrive in hot weather. Vegetables tend to tolerate heat best when it comes to edible plants, and some of these edible blooms are so ornate that you can…
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Spring Flowers That Attract Bees and Promote Pollination

If you are an avid gardener, you are likely familiar with the vital role that bees play in your garden. Bees make your garden healthier and can prolong the life of your flowers. The critical services that bees contribute to your plants are so essential that one of every three bites of food you take…
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Irrigation Tips for Dry or Sandy Soil

It can be a challenge to grow healthy grass and plants in areas with dry or sandy soil. Whether your home is in a coastal area of you have soil with a light texture, it is important to take special care when watering the soil. Lawns in desert-like conditions must be watered effectively as well.…
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Tips for Preventing Lawn Pests

Once you have planted grass, trees or flowers in your lawn and have positioned them exactly how you want them, you will want to do all you can to protect your plants. Several pests can make their way into the lawn and drain your grass and decorative plants of nutrients. Some of these pests can…
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