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Welcome to the LawnCareDr.Com. With more and more people are visiting here everyday to learn how to maintain a healthy lawn and how to do the right way and the most cost affective way. In today's world many people are concerned about the environment as well as the economy. Believe me I am no different. I have been working in the lawn care industry for over 10 years now and have learned very well what is relevant and non relevant when creating a healthy beautiful lawn.

There is no reason to have to spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars year after year to maintain your lawn. Here at LawnCareDr.Com, you will find Lawn Care Tips, Lawn Care Advice, hints and secrets of the trade. You can read the Lawn Care Advice from myself, that I have spent countless hours gathering for your your convenience. These tips and hints have been tested by myself and used on a daily basis to help provide the beautiful lawn that you are seeking.
I have put together a  plant identification section, weed identification section, how to blogs, how to videos, and so much more. This website is an informational website with compounded knowledge from many professionals in the industry and expert Do It Your Selfers.

I encourage you to look around, use the search box at the bottom to help with a quick search or the links at the top to poke around, and if you still can't find what you are looking for then please do not hesitate to  Contact Me.

 I have been fully trained by a professional lawn care company and I have a pesticide applicators license in the state of Michigan. All tips posted on this website are strictly recommendations and I recommend you checking with your Local, and state governments before applying any pesticide (Chemical). Laws differ in many areas. Also These recommendations are based off the knowledge I have learned in the Michigan Region also known as Zone 6, in the Plant Hardiness Zone. Most turf conditions are also similar in Zones 4 and 5.  Plants differ in many regions and what may work well in Zone 6 may not work in Zone 7 or any other zone.






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