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Here are a few issues we are currently looking for as we apply the summer fertilizer!...

Here is the latest update from the UNL Turfgrass Program. It includes important information about watering your lawn to ensure survival during the drought: How long will Kentucky bluegrass or tall fescue survive when dormant?...

Owner, Paul Fraynd, is a recipient of the Midlands Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award! This distinction honors 40 entrepreneurs, executives and business professional men and women under the age of 40. Paul, a Creighton University Graduate, has been in business for nine years and started...

Fall is here and the honey-do list keeps growing longer. Let Omaha Friendly Services help get your lawn and landscape into shape before winter approaches! What you do with your lawn and landscape in the fall helps determine how your property will look when spring arrives. Below is a...

This is some great advice via PLANET. Did we mention we give free estimates? The Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) offers consumers advice about how to tackle their yard. It is important to know when doing it yourself is a good option and when it is best...

The University of Nebraska at Lincoln recently released its latest horticulture update.  The following is taken directly from their release and details  lawn problems that are currently occurring. White grubs- Three-year (May/June beetles) and annual white grubs (masked chafers and Japanese beetles) damage is appearing. Damage initially appears as...

Do: Continue to mow regularly, never removing more than 1/3 of the grass in one mow. Continue to mow at a higher setting to shade the grass blades. Mow with a sharp blade to prevent the grass trips from fraying.  Frayed tips increases yours lawn’s susceptibility to pests...

Below you will find some timely gardening tips taken from the University of Nebraska’s weekly Horticulture update. Blossom end rot (Tomato) is a common problem of tomatoes, but also occurs on peppers, eggplant, squash and watermelon. It appears as a flat, dry, sunken, brown rot on the...