Keeping Garden Bugs At Bay

Three Essential Springtime Maintenance Tasks That Will Keep Your Lawn Looking Better Year-Round

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If you want your lawn to look greener and fuller, then you need to start caring for it early on. Don’t wait until it’s already looking dry and patchy. In the early spring when the snow just only recently melted, you’ll want to tackle these three essential lawn care tasks. Apply an insecticide. One of the main reasons lawns die back and begin looking brown is because they become infested with insects.…

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2 Ways To Encourage Your Local Bees To Move Their Hives

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If you have a negative reaction to bee stings, you are probably not going to want to have the local bee population building hives right near or on your home. Here are two natural methods you can employ next spring to ensure that the local bees build their hives far away from your home. #1 Get Rid Of Their Water Supply The first thing you need to do is get of the bee’s food supply or make sure that it is located far away from your home.…

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Be The First To Read About College Life And Bedbugs

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Are you going to be going to college soon and living in a dorm? Perhaps you are already in college and residing in a dorm. Hopefully, your dorm has never encountered a case of pesky bedbugs, but you need to be aware that bedbug infestations are possible in dormitories. Think about the number of students that reside in dorms. Also, think about students who visit their hometowns, go on vacations, or have stay-overs in hotels when they leave campus to compete athletically or academically.…

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