The key to getting started is knowing your lawn in three simple steps.
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Get easy tips to discourage weeds in your lawn.
Here's how you can control the weed culprits in your yard that can trigger allergy symptoms.
Crabgrass loves hot, dry conditions. Take care of it before it becomes a problem.
Difficult to completely eliminate, the plant (root and all) needs to be removed or they can grow right back.
Broadleaf weeds are tough, aggressive plants that pounce on any weak areas in your yard.
Learn how to target clover without harming your lawn and get tips to keep it from coming back.
This perennial, evergreen creeper loves moist, shady areas and can form thick mats in the lawn.
This bright green creeper loves moisture so much, it can steal water away from your lawn.
It looks nice and green, but it could be smothering your grass. Learn how to prevent and control moss.
It can grow in sun or shade, in dry or moist conditions. Defend your lawn against this perennial invader.
This weed invades weak areas in lawns, landscaping beds, sidewalk cracks and vegetable gardens.
This weed can multiply and steal the nitrogen out of your soil. Get tips to kick it out of your lawn.
This common weed leads to brown spots. Learn four basic techniques to block it.
Used correctly, mulch keeps weeds from getting the light and warmth they need to survive.
In your lawn and under your shrubs, chickweed can form thick mats that crowd out plants you want.
Nutsedge, also known as nutgrass, seeks out moist, poorly drained sections of your yard or garden.
Moss smothers your lawn and sucks up vital nutrients. Learn some easy techniques for moss control.