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How to keep your shade trees healthy

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Feb 27, 2015 9:00:00 AM

how to keep shade trees healthyJust like any plant, shade trees require a fair amount of nutrients to stay healthy and continue to grow. Without the proper nutrients, water, and sunlight, your shade trees simply won’t be able to grow on any scale – let alone into huge, shade-producing trees that can last for decades or centuries. However, there are simple ways to keep your shade trees healthy so they can grow to their full potential.

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Topics: Planting, Lawn Care, tree, landscape

Kansas grows knowledge base with land grant system

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Feb 26, 2015 8:00:00 AM

kansas land grant systemOver a century ago, the state of Kansas integrated a growing land grant system in which government entities and farmers were granted the use of various pieces of land to help them gain a better understanding about Kansas wildlife. The land grant system was able to help farmers learn more about the lay of the land, how different crops affected soil measures, and more.

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Topics: Kansas, Lawn Care, landscape

Enhance your garden using old household items

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Feb 25, 2015 8:30:00 AM

enhancing your garden with household itemsOne of the best parts about maintaining a garden is watching your plants and flowers take on a life of their own. Depending on the layout of your garden and how you plant your flowers, your yard can be turned into a custom and unique piece of artwork. To make your garden and yard look more unique and creative, consider incorporating old household items into your planting space.

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Topics: Planting, Gardening, plants

Is winter over for good? How to prepare your lawn for any season

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Feb 24, 2015 8:00:00 AM

preparing your lawn for seasonal changesIn the Midwest, homeowners know better than anyone that quick, seasonal changes are inevitable. It might be 70 degrees and sunny one day, and 32 degrees and snowing the next. When the spring season finally comes, many keep in mind that it may not be here to stay for good.

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Topics: Lawn Care, spring, winter, fall, summer

Managing your lawn to prevent springtime allergies

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Feb 23, 2015 9:00:00 AM

preventing spring allergies through lawn careAs the weather starts to warm up, spring allergies will soon run rampant as sneezing, wheezing, and eye watering ensue due to plants blooming and coming into season. Come spring, several different types of pollens and allergens will have made their way into the air we breathe each and every day.

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Topics: Planting, Lawn Care, tree, landscape, Shrubs

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