Spider Control Barrier

Wednesday, 08, April , 2015 by
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Mild winters, especially winters we don’t see as much snow as usual and the temperatures may be warmer than usual do not naturally control spiders. This upcoming season there may be some surprises in store for us. When the winters are mild, the insects that we (unwillingly) share our yards and homes with, can use

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In a normal year it is not necessary to start watering your lawn yet. There is usually plenty of rainfall and with plants just coming out of their winter dormancy, natural moisture is enough to keep plants hydrated and healthy. This year is different. 2015 is a off to a warm, dry start, and with

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A winter spent under a layer of autumn leaves and snow can stifle even the healthiest lawn. Green Pointe Lawn Care, a local Utah company, provides treatment programs that will revitalize your lawn and maintain a healthy, weed free lawn throughout the growing season. A Lawn you will be proud of. Core Aeration Service is

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Late season fertilization provides added nutrients that help your lawn emerge from winter dormancy as a more stress-tolerant plant, and encourages earlier spring green-up. Cool season grasses common to Utah, such as bluegrass, benefit tremendously from a winterizer application. Lawn winterization also promotes a healthy root system, which in turn facilitates the lawn’s ability to

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Necrotic Ring Spot

Tuesday, 23, September , 2014 by
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Necrotic ring spots are caused by a fungus (ophiosphaerella korrae) that attacks the roots of grass. In Utah, the disease is particularly damaging to cool season grasses such as Kentucky bluegrass. Shaded areas of lawn are usually most vulnerable to this fungal disease; however, necrotic ring spots can occur in any area of lawn. Signs

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