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Mosquitoes and ticks are going to eat us all alive this summer

Much of the United States is expecting higher than average mosquito numbers this year. This winter, as occasional cold snaps were outnumbered by weirdly balmy days, the Pop Sci offices had a running theory that come spring time we might be contending with buggy madness—enough mosquitoes to keep everyone firmly indoors, or at least coated … Continue reading Mosquitoes and ticks are going to eat us all alive this summer

  • 2:11 pm
  • April 14, 2017
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What Steps do I Take to get my Mower Ready for the Spring?

Spring is almost here, and in many parts of the country it’s time to think “lawn.” That means it’s time to check your lawn mower to be sure it’s ready to cut grass. When the mower was stored for the winter, it should have been cleaned and the gasoline drained. However, here are a few … Continue reading What Steps do I Take to get my Mower Ready for the Spring?

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  • April 14, 2017
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Dreamlawns is proud to partner with other family owned and operated businesses in Hampton roads

Dreamlawns is proud to partner with other family owned and operated businesses in Hampton roads. If you are in need of a service, we have an extensive network of local companies that can help you. We only partner with the best of the best, the companies we refer to our customers are highly recommended and … Continue reading Dreamlawns is proud to partner with other family owned and operated businesses in Hampton roads

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  • March 9, 2017
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Fall Strategies To Control Spring Pests

While you may not see any insects on your shrubs we take steps in the winter to prevent insect infestations on trees and shrubs next spring.  Horticultural oils are used on woody ornamentals and trees to kill scale, aphids, mites, and other soft-bodied insects. The oils work by smothering the insects their eggs or disrupting … Continue reading Fall Strategies To Control Spring Pests

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  • January 21, 2017
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