Rockford, IL Lawn Care News & Updates
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Do-it-yourself lawn care can leave even the handiest of homeowners with a long list of questions:
Do you consider yourself a turf expert? Find out how much you know about your lawn (or grass in general) with this list of fun facts from Weed Man Lawn Care.... More
Crabgrass, sometimes confused with quack grass, is an undesirable, troublesome weed grass with a coarse texture and ugly, light green color. It can turn a homeowner’s thick, lush, green lawn into a thin, weak, patchy one if left untreated.... More
Question: When should I think about fertilizing my lawn? ... More
It may not feel like it just yet, but better weather is on the horizon. As the snow and ice begin to melt away over the coming weeks and months, be sure to inspect your lawn for any hints of turf disease. ... More
Are you proud of your Weed Man lawn? If so, why not tell a friend or neighbor? Many of our customers boast the best lawns in their neighborhoods and communities – and some even have the awards to prove it! We ask that all of our lawn care clients spread the word about Weed Man’s top-of-the-line products and services. Why? Simply because our referral program benefits you and the person you refer to us! ... More
Winter can be difficult, especially for kids who are used to playing outside and having unlimited room to run around. To help you keep cabin fever at bay on chilly days, Weed Man has put together an in-depth list of indoor activities for the kids. Check it out at the link below (and feel free to download the PDF or print your own copy!):... More
January can be a tough month for people everywhere. Between the post-holiday letdown, cooler weather, and the immense pressure of trying to reach your New Year’s resolutions, you’re bound to get a bit down in the dumps.
Winter can be a brutal time of year for local lawns. Between stress caused by extreme winter weather, damage from snow plows, and turf-weakening cold-season diseases, many lawns end up looking a little worse for wear once the snow melts. ... More