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Savvygardener.com is pleased to offer the following articles on lawn care in the Kansas City area.  They are written by Chris Karcher, Franchise Owner of NaturaLawn of America.
Date Title (click to read article)
1/9/02 "Winter Woes! What is Wrong With My Lawn?"
11/14/01 November Turf Tips - "Now What Do I Do?"
9/1/01 September Turf Tips - Core Aeration and Care of Newly Seeded Lawns
8/1/01 August Turf Tips - Grubs
6/7/01 June Turf Tips - Grasscycling
5/5/01 May Turf Tips
4/10/01 April Turf Tips
3/2001 March Turf Tips

 

Chris Karcher is a local franchise owner of NaturaLawn of America - the leader in organic-based lawn care and the only national service provider to promote Environmentally Responsible lawn care.  "Doing the right thing has never been this easy!"

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