Stewarts Pest Control & Lawn Service

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Stewarts Pest Control & Lawn Service
Stewarts Pest Control & Lawn Service is listed in the Tree Services category in Orem, Utah. Displayed below are the social networks for Stewarts Pest Control & Lawn Service which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Stewarts Pest Control & Lawn Service on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 68.

Stewarts Pest Control & Lawn Service offers Tree Services services in Orem UT.

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Here is a piece of wisdom I learned from a sprinkler repair professional “100 degree weather will expose the flaws in your sprinkler system and every sprinkler system has flaws.” What does that mean? It means every lawn will require a certain amount of hand watering this time of year – No system is good enough on its own. Happy summer :)

How long should you water your lawn in 100 degree weather? http://stewartslawn.com/lawn-watering-guide/
Lawns in Utah require 1 to 2 inches of water per week WATERING IN 70 TO 80 DEGREE WEATHER Water 2 to 3 times per week Set watering time to achieve 1/2

There is some skill involved when it comes to Trimming and Edging a lawn - I am always on the lookout for helpful tips. This article reveals a few tricks from the pro's who do it every day.
Trimming and edging the right way keeps lawns looking sharp and crisp.

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NOW HIRING: $14 per hour plus benefits - Lawn Service Technicians - No previous exp required - Full time: between 7:30 am and 4:30 pm - Must be 21 or older with Good driving record - Year round full time positions CONTACT: JD@Stewartslawn.com

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DO YOU HAVE A SICK YELLOW TREE? If you have a tree that is yellow and sick looking it probably has Iron Chlorosis Disease Healthy trees draw iron from the soil and then push it up the tree to feed the leaves. Those healthy green leaves produce food that travels back down the tree to feed and develop a healthy root system. Trees suffering from iron chlorosis disease are starving at both ends; with a weak root system that can’t feed the leaves and sick leaves that in turn can’t feed the roots. Without intervention your tree will deteriorate and die off one limb at a time. We are diagnosing and treating trees with this problem all across the State; it has become quite an epidemic. Call us if you need some tree help.