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Common Causes of Brown Patches

3 Common Causes of Dead Patches

Unfortunately, even the most diligent homeowner will occasionally find dead patches in his lawn. Sometimes, things out of one’s control can result in some ugly brown spots, and that can be pretty disheartening. The good news is, with the right renovation and repairs, your lawn can be restored to its former beauty in no time. […]

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Harmful Ohio Insects

Common Harmful Ohio Insects

In Ohio, it’s very common for harmful insects to reside in trees and shrubs and therefore be completely overlooked until it’s too late. If you aren’t paying attention, your trees and shrubs could be at risk for damage and diseases, and you might not notice until they are too far gone to be saved. At […]

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Tree and Shrub Maintenance

3 Tips for Healthy Trees and Shrubs

There’s a reason why “mature trees” are something that most home buyers look for. Trees and shrubs are a beautiful addition to any landscape, and their beauty changes throughout the year. Our team at Portage Turf Specialists LLC knows that you don’t want anything to threaten the health of your trees and shrubs, and that […]

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Lawn Dead Patches

Why Does My Lawn Have Dead Patches?

At Portage Turf Specialists LLC, we understand how frustrating it is when you work hard for a beautiful, green yard only to find dead patches. If you’re like many Ravenna, OH, homeowners, you take pride in your home and your lawn, and the last thing you want is ugly, brown spots ruining your curb appeal. […]

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Grub Invasion Destroys Ohio Lawns

Contact  Portage Turf today to schedule your grub control and   lawncare visit to stop the damage in its tracks. Most lawns in Ohio are recovering nicely from summer disease issues and are returning to their thick, dark green state.  Some lawns are not- large brown lawn patches may mean a grub infestation has ate all […]

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Grub Treatment and Skunk Repellent

Most lawns in Ohio are recovering nicely from summer disease issues and are returning to their thick, dark green state. Some lawns are not. Large brown lawn patches may mean a grub infestation has eaten all your turfgrass roots. And if that wasn’t bad enough, skunks and raccoons will soon be by to feast on […]

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