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Negate Now Labeled for Residential Turf

Negate Now Labeled for Residential Turf The long wait is over for those Lawn Care Operators who have desired for a cost effective and superior product that can add to their bottom line! That’s right, Negate 37WG Herbicide is now labeled for residential turf and is an excellent source for fighting Poa Annua as well as Ryegrass infestations. A huge benefit for choosing Negate 37WG over other products is cost, Negate is approximately half the cost vs. Revolver at labeled rates - depending on targeted weed species.
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Introducing Nutgrass Eliminator

Introducting Nutgrass Eliminator Nutgrass Eliminator Turf Herbicide is the newest addition to CSI’s consumer line Martin’s brand, for lawn, garden, weed and pest control products.   Nutgrass Eliminator is a selective post-emergent herbicide.  Just what is a “selective post-emergent” herbicide? 
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Wasps Develop Cravings for Sweets in the Fall

Wasps Develop Cravings for Sweets in the Fall Cinnamon. Pumpkins. Turning leaves. A roaring fire. Roasting marshmallows. A cozy sweater. Wasp stings. Apple cider. Wasp stings?! When fall arrives, it’s easy to focus on the natural beauty and crisp air that accompanies the season. Unfortunately, it’s also the time of year when wasps are especially active.
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Unique Fall Pests That Might Be Invading Your Home This Season

Unique Fall Pests That Might Be Invading Your Home This Season For many of us, fall is our favorite season, with cooler weather, colorful leaves and football! Unfortunately Fall can also bring some unique seasonal pest problems. 
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Stinging Insects Become More Aggressive in the Fall

Stinging Insects Become More Aggressive in the Fall During fall months some stinging insects become more aggressive. Did you know bees and wasps are worse in the fall? The reason being is simple, there are more of them. Emerging from hibernation in early summer, bees and wasps usually max out their living space as fall is just beginning, and sometimes as early as summer’s end.
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Do You Work Outdoors?

Do you work outdoors? Heat Related Issues, Heat Exhaustion and Heat Exposure The fall season is quickly approaching; however, we are still experiencing some triple digit temperatures throughout the southern region. Heat exposure is a common concern for many professionals who work primarily outdoors. It is a natural danger; one many of us face every day. Many studies have been conducted on how high temperatures affect the human body and how individual peoples react differently.
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Preparing Turf for Snow Mold Season

Preparing Turf for Snow Mold Season Record heat and humidity has effected most parts of the country and Snow Mold season is right around the corner! Below are some tips on preparing your turf and how to identify the disease.
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Let it Snow! Enjoy a Worry Free Winter from Snow Mold

Let it Snow! Enjoy a Worry Free Winter from Snow Mold How to Identify Snow Mold With the recent heat and humidity that has affected most parts of the country it is hard to believe that we are rapidly approaching snow mold season! Below are some tips on how to identify the disease, prepare your turf and maximize your fungicide performance.
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Flea Management Tips

Flea Management Tips Adult fleas are parasites of warm-blooded animals such as cats, dogs, and humans.  Under most situations, fleas will complete their life cycle within three to five weeks, passing through four life stages: egg, larva, pupa, and an adult stage. 
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Fall Transition Zone Maintenance

Transition Zone Maintenance Maintaining quality turf in the transition zone has definitely been a challenge this summer.  With abnormally cooler temperatures going into summer and enduring the scorching hot summer months, you can conclude nature has created some turf stress!
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