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Say “Yes” to a Mosquito-Free Destination Wedding

Say “Yes” to a Mosquito-Free Destination Wedding

The salty ocean breeze, sand between your toes – what’s not to love about a romantic beach front ceremony? This time last year, soon-to-be newlyweds prepared ...

5 Ways to Love Your Lawn

5 Ways to Love Your Lawn

Relationships take work, and the one with your lawn is no exception. It takes the same quality time, attention and love any other relationship does ...

Grass stains, yes. Turf burns, no.

Grass stains, yes. Turf burns, no.

In the coming weeks, soccer players will take to the field for the spring season – full of hope for a winning season and grass ...

Say “Yes” to a Mosquito-Free Destination Wedding

The salty ocean breeze, sand between your toes – what’s not to love about a romantic beach front ceremony? This time last year, soon-to-be newlyweds prepared for their nuptials amidst the initial reports of the Zika outbreak. With a new year of spring and summer weddings ... Read More

5 Ways to Love Your Lawn

Relationships take work, and the one with your lawn is no exception. It takes the same quality time, attention and love any other relationship does to be successful. So what about spending some of the $116 the average American spends on Valentine’s Day to treat ... Read More

Grass stains, yes. Turf burns, no.

In the coming weeks, soccer players will take to the field for the spring season – full of hope for a winning season and grass stains to prove it. Soccer is a sport with pounding contact between player and turf. This makes natural turf playing ... Read More

Mother Nature isn’t fazed by fall – and neither are mosquitoes

There’s a saying we like to use in Texas that goes a little something like this: “If you don’t like the weather in Texas, just wait five minutes. It’ll change!” It’s true – we have wild weather here in the Lone Star State, and chances ... Read More

Trick-or-Treat: Keep Treats Safe and Tricky Pests Out

Halloween is around the corner bringing with it cooler weather, spooky decorations, kids in costumes, and lots of candy. Spider and cobweb decorations, plastic rats, bats, and more are fun and festive, but the real pests are not if they make their way into your home. ... Read More

Going for the Green

I may be exchanging my title of “co-captain” for “fan” of the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team this year, but what hasn’t changed is my passion for making soccer and natural grass surfaces available to athletes of all levels and ages. Women’s soccer, even at the national ... Read More

People Taking Simple, but Not Extreme, Steps to Protect Against Zika

Recent survey shows more than 80 percent of people are using insect repellent, but not changing travel plans WASHINGTON, D.C., July 19, 2016 – According to a recent survey conducted by RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment)®, people are taking simple actions to protect themselves, ... Read More

Let’s take the mystery out of mosquito prevention

My children never cease to amaze me, and I know most of you parents out there can relate. Recently the curiosity of my 4-year-old twin girls had me doing a double take … literally! They taught themselves to spot mosquito larvae. Now, you may be thinking, ... Read More

Leave Mosquitoes off Your Wedding Invite List

Summertime brings sunshine, rising temperatures, and some of the most popular wedding months. Planning is essential for the big day to go off without a hitch, but there’s one final detail to take care of if you’re planning your nuptials outdoors– how do you ensure ... Read More

RISE Holds Informative Session on Pesticide Product Life Cycle at Spring Conference

Pesticide registrants, applicators and educators presented special session for registrants and federal agencies ARINGTON, VA, (April 19, 2016) – RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment)® hosted an interactive, special session for more than 65 registrants, federal agency staffers and industry members last week at ... Read More

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