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Tick Control: Tiny, Diseased Vampires. Protect Yourself.

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Jul 25, 2019
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Tick Control

One would be hard-pressed to find a tick enthusiast. Just the thought of them leave most people feeling anxious. This fear is with good reason since ticks are known transmitters of diseases. Depending on the type of tick and geographical location, diseases may include:   read more →

Now Gnat’s Annoying!

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Jul 11, 2019

Summer Swarm

You are enjoying a nice summer evening outside with family and friends. Suddenly, you are overcome with swarms of flying gnats. What you have encountered is called a male mating “cloud.” Basically, this is when male gnats fly in a cluster around dusk each night looking for love. Clearly you are not a female gnat, so why bother you? They are attracted to your body temperature, odor and sweat. Also, they tend to fly towards your eyes and mouth because they are drawn to the moisture. They ruin your fun, but placing bug zappers around your yard won’t help, since gnats are not attracted to light. read more →

Best of Omaha 2020

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Jul 9, 2019
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Help us win The Best of Omaha 2020 Lawn Care category – submit your vote today & enter to win $250!

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Weed Me Alone: How to keep weeds from bothering your lawn

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Jun 20, 2019
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Weed Control

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 →

Balance Your Soil. Change Your Lawn

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May 6, 2019
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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?

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