Dog Pee or not to Pee, the lawn care question

NuLeaf gets asked often about Dogs pee burning our customers lawns.  So we thought we might share some valuable information with you. Grass burns from dog urine are a source of frustration for dog owners who take pride in a beautiful lawn. Brown or yellow spots of dead grass are

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Emerging Trends: Pesticide Free Lawn Care

Across the country more ordinances are being passed to limit, ban or restrict the use of chemical fertilzers and pesticides.  There seems to be nowhere for this trend to go except up.  Nationwide the number of households that use only all natural fertilizers, weed control and insect control increased from

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Happy New Year! Fun lawn care fact

80 million pounds of Pesticides and 70 million pounds of chemical fertilzers will be applied to 21 million acres of residential lawns in the US in 2013.  These are the same lawns are kid’s play in our dogs roll around on and which we spend countless hours tending.
Together we

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A Healthy Organic Lawn is Really Important to our Environment

Consider these few organic lawn care facts

A 50-foot by 50-foot organic lawn produces enough oxygen for a family of four.
Organic lawns cool the atmosphere. Eight healthy lawns have the cooling effect of 70 tons of air conditioning, which is enough for 16 average homes.
Lawns convert carbon

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Why do Mosquitos find me so Tasty? Organic Mosquito Controls Work

Mosquito Attractants
Use this list of items and activities that attract mosquitoes as a list of things to avoid or that can be used as bait to lure mosquitoes away from you. Then use Nuleaf’s proprietary organic mosquito control program to take back your outdoors from those pesky little critters.
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A Few Organic Facts for this first day of Daylight Savings

Sales of organic lawn and garden products increased by 64% between 2002 and 2006 and are expected to grow 12% to 14% for the next three years.
Synthetics are made from petroleum, so they increase our dependence

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Old Man Winter a No Show in 2012

I can not remembered a winter this mild in Washington DC. Daffodils are blooming, tulips are ready to pop, and I smashed a mosquito on neck yesterday. No, really I did!! These temperatures are pushing us in to the Spring season sooner then normal and we have to react accordingly.
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What is wrong with chemical fertilizers?

Chemical fertilizers provide an “empty” type of food directly to the lawn. This is like the empty calories we get from eating pure refined sugar. Synthetic fertilizers do not contain organic material or bio-stimulants which feed soil microbes building the soil food web providing full service to the plants. They

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Good to Know: Winds are Changing.

Did you know, as of 2011…
In Canada, over 130 communities and two entire provinces have passed laws severely restricting pesticide use, so homeowners and city park services are going organic.
In the U.S., a number of cities and towns have restricted the use of pesticides on school grounds or

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