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The last thing you want to see in your yard this summer are weeds. In order to eradicate them successfully, you first need to understand what type you are dealing with and the best method of treatment. To help, we have outlined some common weeds found in the Omaha Metro area along with tips and information regarding how we can help you have weed control over your landscaping and lawn. read more →
What are grubs, and are they bad for my Omaha lawn?
The definition of grub has two meanings. The first is “the larva of an insect, especially a beetle.” The second is a noun meaning “food.” This is interesting because grubs are an edible source of protein and fat. Described as tasting like chicken when roasted (really!), they are ranked #4 in backpacker.com’s list of edible insects! Whether you are adventurous and decide to add grubs to your diet or not, that is entirely up to you! Few in the Omaha metro area embrace grubs as a snack. They do, however, often come across grubs when planting gardens and working in their yards each summer. So today we will focus on the first definition, and talk about how these insects can wreak havoc on your lawn, and how to protect your lawn’s root system. read more →
Balance Your Soil and Change Your Lawn with Omaha pH Testing!
April showers bring May flowers…and acidic soil. In the Midwest, rainfall removes calcium and magnesium and replaces them with acidic ions. The result is that your soil can become too acidic. How do you determine the pH level of your Omaha area lawn?
Protect your family & pets (and your Omaha lawn!) all summer long from dangerous insects!
Fleas and ticks are insects that don’t seem to serve much purpose and can be harmful to your family and pets. Don’t let these parasites wreak havoc on your summer fun. Flea and tick prevention is available in the Omaha metro–let Paradise Lawns help! read more →
An important Omaha lawn care question came up:
Why is it that once I get rid of one type of weed, another one seems to pop up?
Well, Melissa, this is a great question that has a LOT of answers! read more →
If you live in the Midwest, you know someone–or perhaps even your own family–who has been affected by the recent flooding. Outside of the devastation that it’s caused thousands of families and businesses, flooding can have a greater impact on nature because of common use of traditional pesticides. read more →
One thing that will make or break your lawn this season
If you don’t start out on the right foot with your lawn care, you will be playing catch-up all season long. Crabgrass and foxtail start to rear their ugly little heads once spring starts to roll around, and if you don’t get a handle on them, your summer could be spent in the yard instead of on vacation! So what’s that one thing that will make or break your lawn this season? read more →