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When David Letterman does a 10 ten list, most people laugh. However, if he did a top 10 list on your lawn, you probably wouldn’t think it was too funny. You might be listening, but not laughing. From a horticulturist’s standpoint, here is my top 10 list for common lawn problems: [these are in reverse…
White clover (Trifolium repens) is probably one of the most commonly known and easily identified weed along with wild violets and dandelions. Most people fall under two camps with this plant. They either love or hate it. Native to Europe white clover was brought over with the early settlers. After escaping cultivation it easily established…
As versatile as lawn grasses may be, there are many locations where they just won’t flourish. In general, a lawn needs at least 5 hours of sun each day, a large uninterrupted area, well-drained soil, and a relatively flat grade or slightly rolling topography. Slopes, shade, compacted soils, heavy foot traffic, and poor air circulation…