Committed to Improving Lawns in Dayton Since 2005

Maintaining a lush, green lawn is easy when you hire the professional team at Lawn Plus. We have been providing quality lawn service in Dayton, Eaton, and the surrounding areas since 2005. Owner Rodney Creech has a bachelor’s degree in agronomy and turf science, and his crew has the knowledge and experience to cultivate the […]

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3 Steps for Detecting Moles in Your Yard

If the ground looks mushy and unsightly, many factors could be contributing to your unhealthy yard. However, a group of dirt mounds across a lawn usually has one direct source—moles. These velvety mammals are notorious pests for homeowners. Moles burrow in a lawn and subsequently raise molehills while destroying your property. They can also damage […]

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Dayton OH Lawn Care: Tips for Spring, Pt 2

Spring is finally here in full force, which means that it’s time to start getting to work making your yard ready for warm weather and backyard barbecues. There’s a lot more that goes into having a spring and summer-ready lawn than just adjusting the lawn mower. Today we have some more Dayton OH lawn care […]

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Dayton, OH Lawncare: Snow mold will be prevelant in Dayton, OH lawns

After the winter snow has melted, it is always refreshing to see a nice green and healthy lawn. One common disease that can be an eyesore in your nice green lawn is “snow mold”. Snow mold is a fungal disease that can be found it 2 different varieties, Grey and Pink. Pink snow mold is […]

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Dayton OH Lawn Care: Spring is Just around the Corner, Pt 1

Although it may feel like this winter will never end, spring is just around the corner. Don’t let the winter blues keep you from giving your home’s exterior the TLC it needs after the rough cold season. Today we have some Dayton OH lawn care advice to help you jump-start your yard for spring.

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2014 Home Show Schedule

Home show season is upon us! You would think , with the frigid conditions and all of that white stuff on the lawns that this would be our “slow” time. In fact, it is quite the opposite. We have been very busy getting prepared for our 2014 Home Shows. Our first home show kicked off […]

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Miami Valley Home Improvement Show

The 2014 Miami Valley Home Improvement Show is quickly approaching. The 2014 show will take place Thursday, January 16th to Sunday, January 19th at Hara Arena in Dayton, OH. There will be many local businesses in attendance and it is a great opportunity to get some great ideas when it comes to maintaining your home. We […]

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Dayton Lawn Care: Prepare Your Yard for Winter

Thanks to freezing temperatures combined with snow and ice accumulation, winter can be a tough time of year for your lawn. There are, however, some Dayton lawn care steps you can take (before and during the winter season) to protect your yard from significant damage. Today we’ll discuss some of these preventive measures that can […]

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Miami Valley Green Industry Professionals Winter Workshop 2013

On Wednesday, December 11th, Lawn Plus helped sponsor and was in attendance at the 2013 MVGIP Winter Workshop, held at Wegerzyn Horticultural Center in Dayton, OH. This year’s workshop included lectures and training from Randy Zondag (Commercial Horticulturist), Dr. Mary Ann Rose ( Director of Pesticide Safety Education Program), and Joe Boggs ( Assistant Professor […]

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Ohio Turfgrass Foundation (OTF) Conference and Show 2013

Recently, five Lawn Plus employees, including myself, attended the Ohio Turfgrass Foundation (OTF) Conference and Show in Columbus, OH. This year’s show was held on December 3rd- 5th at the Greater Columbus Convention Center and featured exhibitors from all over the world as well as education from some of the top researchers and industry professionals […]

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