Clean Air Lawn Care Tips Archives

  • 16
  • Feb2018

How to Select the Best Franchise Opportunities?

Franchise Opportunities One in five homes hire professional lawn care services to care for their property, and the number will only continue to rise. If you‘re looking for a business opportunity with low risks and the benefits of a reputable brand name, then a lawn franchise opportunity is what you need. Successful franchises have much […]

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  • 31
  • Aug2017

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  • 22
  • Aug2017

Our Mission:

Our Mission:

Supporting a Positive Life as a Lawn Tech

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  • 15
  • Aug2015

Even Indoor Cats Can Be Exposed to Lawn Chemicals

Even Indoor Cats Can Be Exposed to Lawn Chemicals

If you have a cat — especially one that never goes outdoors — you may not give much thought to the dangers that lawn chemicals can pose for your feline companion. But if you, your homeowners association or your neighbors use fertilizers, pesticides or other chemicals in your yard, your kitty may be exposed to […]

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  • 12
  • Apr2015

Red Light Green Light Spring Lawn Care

Red Light Green Light Spring Lawn Care

As spring officially arrives, there are some lawn care activities that are timely and others that should wait. The recent spurt of warm weather has rid most of Michigan of snow cover, and with the official start of spring arriving this weekend (March 20, 2015), many weekend warriors may be venturing outside to do something, […]

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  • 12
  • Mar2015

Getting Started in Early Spring

Getting Started in Early Spring

If you are getting ready for spring lawn care here are some tips from Safelawn.org about dethatching in the early spring to prepare for lawn care season.

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  • 13
  • Aug2014

Evidence for Organics

Evidence for Organics

The summer season always brings to mind bright green lawns and idyllic images of children running barefoot through the grass. However, lawns are a quintessentially American phenomenon, and when you begin to “dig” deeper into lawn care in America, the picture is not so pretty. Lawn turf covers more than 40 million acres of land–more […]

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  • 13
  • Jun2014

Bees are Buzzing about Organic Lawn Care

Bees are Buzzing about Organic Lawn Care

As global commerce grows, the movement of goods is occurring at ever-faster rates. And with increased global trade comes the spread of non-native species. This includes invasive insects that are making life difficult for domestic bees. Non-native species get introduced both intentionally and accidentally. However they migrate, though, their spread can lead to devastating results. […]

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  • 13
  • May2014

Colorado State University Guide to Lawn Care

Colorado State University Guide to Lawn Care

Quick Facts… Proper watering can promote a deeply rooted, healthier turf. Let grass species and health, soil conditions, and weather conditions dictate irrigation practices, not the number of days between waterings. Mow bluegrass, ryegrass, fescue and wheatgrass to a height of 2 to 3 inches. Buffalo-grass and blue grama lawns can be mowed to this […]

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  • 13
  • Apr2014

Know Your Grass Needs

Know Your Grass Needs

Well-managed turf care means more than simply firing up your lawnmower and buzzing around the yard. There’s cutting at the right height, irrigating with the correct amount of water, and fertilizing at the appropriate time, among other things. Ignore a few of those guidelines and you’ll be the one getting clipped. Financially. Lawn care Rule […]

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