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02 / 22 / 18
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Four Common Grass Diseases That Signal an Unhealthy Lawn

Learn about the most common grass diseases, and keep your lawn healthy with the help of McCall Service, Florida’s trusted lawn service professionals.

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01 / 24 / 17
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Common Lawn Disease In Tampa

It isn't easy maintaining a beautiful, green, and healthy lawn here in Tampa. Your lawn has many natural enemies. Some are obvious, like bugs and wildlife that destroy root systems and eat away at the leaves of your turf grass. Others are not so obvious. It can be hard to know if your lawn is over-watered or under-watered, or whether or not it has the right mixtures of weed control products and fertilizer. Lawn disease is a mixture of both. It is an obvious problem that is often mistaken for another problem.

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03 / 31 / 15
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Lawn Care For Your Jacksonville Lawn

There are a lot of things that can hurt your Florida lawn, and trying to keep up with all of them can be an exercise in futility. Does it have enough water? Does it have too much water? What is this fungus that is chewing on all my leaves? The lawn care professionals at McCall Service want you to know that they feel your pain. Here are some of the ways they help homeowners get the beautiful lawn they've always wanted.

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03 / 19 / 15
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Are They Talking About Your Florida Lawn?

Okay. The days of women gossiping over the fence in their backyards--or while folding stacks of laundry with a telephone tucked between their ear and shoulder--are probably over. But that doesn't mean your neighbors aren't noticing whether or not your lawn is looking a little under the weather. It's easy to say we don't care what our neighbors think. But the truth is, a neighborhood is a community, and we don't feel like we're doing our part to make it nice if our lawn is looking shabby. But how do you find the time to take care of it when you're trying to make ends meet, buying groceries, scheduling dentist appointments, juggling credit cards, carting kids to school activities and a million other things?

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