Watering Restrictions
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3M ago
In recent years, Calgary has undergone increasing challenges related to drought conditions. The local government has been prompted to enact some restrictions. While watering restrictions present challenges for homeowners striving to maintain vibrant, healthy lawns, hiring a professional lawn care company can make significant difference. With our expertise in water-efficient practices, customized lawn care plans, and commitment to compliance with local regulations, Yard Dawgs can ensure your lawn remains beautiful and sustainable despite limited watering. Under watering restrictions, homeowner ..read more
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How To Repair A Lawn After Chinch Bug Damage
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1y ago
When Does Chinch Bug Damage Appear?       After the first bout of extremely hot weather, chinch bug damage often appears. If there is living grass intermingled within the affected areas, it may be possible to restore your lawn without having to re sod.  ..read more
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How To KILL Chinch Bugs Before They DESTROY Your Lawn
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1y ago
      The silent killers from the East have unfortunately found their way to the West. The hairy, black, white and orange spotted insect known as the chinch bug has arrived and they’re not the type of visitors you want lingering. Chinch bugs become more active and start becoming a problem in June and persist greatly into July and August as the temperatures start increasing and rain is less frequent. Once active, lawns can be completely destroyed within a matter of weeks to the point where repairs aren’t possible, and a complete re-sodding / landscaping must take place ..read more
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How To Control Weeds In Lawn
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1y ago
When To Put Weed Control On Lawn   ..read more
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Chinch Bugs: The Pests That Will Annihilate Your Lawn
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1y ago
“I could look down into the thatch and see 30-40 of them in a 1’ x 1’ area.”       Only a handful of lawn pests have the capacity to completely annihilate your grass, chinch bugs being one. They reproduce so quickly that they often reach damaging levels so quickly.       A chinch bug infestation is often confused as drought damage. As the weather gets hotter, it’s important for homeowners to be able to distinguish between the two. These pests emerge during the warmer temperatures of spring and summer. The hotter the temperatures, the more active this bug popula ..read more
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How To Repair Lawn Damaged By Dog Urine
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1y ago
      Your dog’s urine is killing your lawn because of the nitrogen content in their pee. Applying excess amounts of nitrogen to your grass will cause the salt levels in your lawn to increase and eventually kill your lawn. It causes the burning of plant tissue. Oddly enough, the main ingredient in lawn fertilizer is nitrogen. In the correct amounts it is incredibly beneficial for grass growth.  ..read more
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The Best Fertilizer Products To Buy At A Local Hardware Store
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1y ago
      Our customer base may not be the DIY-ers, but we do get asked about that side of lawn care a fair amount. Fertilizers purchased at a hardware store are no where near the quality of fertilizer used by professional lawn care companies.       There are a number of hardware store products that any homeowner can use. Additionally, we’ll reveal some professional grade fertilizers that are used in the lawn care industry ..read more
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How To Get Rid Of Clover In Your Lawn
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1y ago
What Is Clover?   ..read more
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Lawn Care Tips For Each Season [+Equipment Needed]
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1y ago
      Depending on the task you are tackling, the equipment you’ll need to use may require a rental or it may be as simple as heading to your garden shed. In either case you need to know how to properly carry out the task, and what equipment needs to be used ..read more
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How To Kill Weeds Without Killing Your Lawn [Never Buy This!]
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1y ago
      Having a beautiful lawn comes at a price. Either you spend a moderate amount of money (about $80-150) and spend a good amount of time doing it yourself, or you hire a company to handle it for about $350 per season. It’s a question of how much time are you willing to invest in it, can you properly do it or do you need help, and is it something you enjoy doing?       Regardless of if you do it yourself or hire some help, your goal is the same: Have a beautiful green lawn with no weeds. A weed free lawn comes down to prevention and a strategy for removal if th ..read more
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