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Are you noticing strange looking marks on your Fresno, CA lawn? It could be due to a fungal disease.... More
Do you have a green thumb? Tired of your 9-5 office job? Luckily for you, the Fresno, CA green industry is booming!... More
When it comes to the health of your lawn, fertilizer is imperative. It provides your turf with the nutrients it needs to thrive, producing strong roots and grass that resists weeds, disease and insects. If you are a “do-it-yourselfer” when it comes to lawn care, it’s important to know how much fertilizer to apply and when to apply it.... More
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April is National Lawn Care Month. The start of the glorious spring season is the perfect time to get excited about the outdoors and remind you of all of the amazing benefits of a healthy turf.... More
Every lawn savvy Fresno, CA homeowner knows the importance of a healthy turf. There are many diseases that may attack your yard and after returning from a state of dormancy, spring is when many will become prevalent.
You love your Fresno, CA lawn and want it to thrive throughout the seasons. That’s why you invest in a professional lawn care program and pay close attention to your mowing and watering practices. Sometimes, however, it’s difficult to discern whether you are giving your lawn too little attention or entirely too much.... More
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Profiling Stubborn Weeds
Clover – a word that’s usually associated with four-leafed shamrocks, good luck and St. Patrick’s Day; but Weed Man Fresno, CA sees it as what it really is – a stubborn weed.
This low-growing, perennial weed will sprout easily on your lawn. Seed mixes commonly included a dose of clover back in the 1940s and ‘50s and ever since, it has been prominent on turfs across the country.