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July 1, 2018

A layer of decaying plant matter over the root zone of trees, shrubs and other plants prevents water from evaporating from the soil in hot weather, said Meghan Midgley, soil scientist at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle. That protects the plants from the stress.

When the s...

June 2, 2018

As you may know, Wasatch eco-mow is the first lawn service in Utah to use battery operated equipment to help reduce our emissions.

Each year we have batteries that wear out and need to be recycled. Fortunately, the Call 2 Recycle program has partnered with local busines...

May 1, 2018

If your lawn doesn't look as nice as it used to, don't stress! Keeping a nice lawn in Utah can be a tough job. Our lawns are subjected to months of hot and dry conditions followed by cold and snow every year, and over time it can take a toll.

Depending on the condition...

April 3, 2018

We are proud to announce that we've been awarded Top Pro honors for 2018 on Thumbtack! Less than 4% of all lawn service companies are awarded Top Pro, so we are excited that we made the cut 4 years in a row. We receive a lot of our customers through the Thumbtack websi...

February 26, 2018

Many Utahns are concerned that the unseasonably warm temperatures are causing confusion for our plants and trees. While there is concern about plants breaking dormancy and emerging too early, thus increasing their susceptibility to frost, most plants are still dormant....

February 22, 2018

Corn gluten meal is a powdery byproduct of the corn milling process. Used for years as a supplement in hog feed, this natural protein is very effective for lawns and gardens as a plant food as well as a weed supressor. Corn gluten meal products offer a non-toxic, yet e...

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