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  • 3). Sod worms - Lawn worms - Gardening  By : Warren Wong
    Sod worms are also known as lawn moths. This name comes from the fact that these worms change into moths over time and they feed off the grass blades in yards, golf courses and in some areas of turfgrass. In the larval stage these worms are dingy white in colour.
    Article Related to: sod, worms, grass, types, lawn, care

  • 5). How To Use A Lawn Aerator  By : Kelvin Ho
    Nearly every lawn could use a lawn aerator. A lawn aerator is a tool that will help turn the soil and create holes in the top portion of the soil. It is that simple! When the soil is broken up and holes are created, the soil can then get water and air to the appropriate roots to help grass and plants grow and stay healthy.
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  • 9). How To Maintain "Meadow Lawns"  By : Jimmy Cox
    The word lawn can and should have more than one meaning for you if you own a fairly large piece of land (perhaps one or two acres or more, depending on the layout). A well-groomed turf is important around the house, but it may not be necessary to give the same pampering to outlying parts of the property.
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  • 15). Soil PH And Its Effect On Your Garden  By : Francis Kilkelly
    As you may have observed from your gardening experiences plants can be fussy things. The right location, amount of sunlight and 101 other factors influence your plant's growing ability. One factor which is very beneficial in understanding before putting that new plant into the earth is soil pH. What is Soil pH? Let's get all scientific for a moment and learn what pH is.
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  • 17). How to Start Your Lawn by Seeding or Sod  By : Tim Shank
    When seeding or laying sod there are many things that you can do in order to help your grass grow. By doing these things you have a better chance of being successful in having a healthy, beautiful lawn.
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  • 19). What are Sod Webworms?  By : Warren Wong
    The most common type of sod worms are the sod webworms. These are a common sighting in yards, golf courses, and in turfgrass areas. These worms are typically are gray or tan in colour when in the larvae stage. The larvae are caterpillars.
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  • 20). Palm Trees – Uses And Locations  By : Henry Gallant
    Palm trees, scientifically known as Arecaceae or Palmae, are trees belonging to a family of monocot flowering plants. There are approximately 2,600 different species of palm trees, the majority of which are native to tropical or subtropical climates. Some well-known trees that belong to this group include coconut trees, rattan trees, and date palm trees.
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  • 22). Tips for feeding your lawn nitrogen  By : Robin Reckard
    Nitrogen is vital to your lawn and is one of the most popular fertilizers. You need nitrogen because chlorophyll depends on it as do other proteins and amino acids. These in turn are what makes your lawn green and causes it to grow well. Some things to look for to see if your grass has a nitrogen deficiency are; if it turns yellow despite watering, the grass doesn't grow quickly, diseases are present in your lawn, or if the grass turf starts getting thinner.
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