1. Lace Bugs

    Lace bugs are important pests of many ornamental trees and shrubs. They attack a broad range of evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs and often go undetected until the infested plants show severe damage. Azalea lace bug  both adults and nymphs have piercing-sucking mouthparts and remove sap …Read More

  2. Congratulations 2012 Best Pick!

    To our valued and appreciated employees, this post is for you. I would like to personally thank you for your dedication and hard work with achieving this years 2012 Best Pick Award!   Your continuing personal dedication, commitment and personal achievement goals are the reason for our success!  …Read More

  3. Weed Pro Lawn Care, Ten Steps to a Healthier Home Lawn

    Weed Pro Lawn Care Ten Steps to a Healthier Home Lawn. The key to disease control is a healthy plant treated by Weed Pro Lawn Care! Under proper turfgrass lawn care management, disease-causing conditions are often reduced and healthy turf is maintained. The following management practices will help a…Read More

  4. Mistletoe may help sweethearts, but it hurts host trees

    Sweethearts may love mistletoe, but trees don't. It's actually a parasite that uses the tree as a host. If you see green leaves in Atlanta lawn care areas on top of deciduous trees, it might be mistletoe. Mistletoe is an evergreen, parasitic plant found on a wide host of trees, including alder, birc…Read More

  5. The Best Day Of Fishing Ever!

    The Best Day Of Fishing Ever!   Some fishing stories are a little hard to believe, But this guy has pictures to prove his story... I've heard of salmon jumping into boats, but never anything quite like this... Tom Satre told the Sitka Gazette that he was out with a charter group on his 62-foot fish…Read More

  6. New Growth on Hydrangeas

    Mr. Weedy says: To acquire new growth on your hydrangeas shrubs, remove all stems that support faded flowers on your blue and pink varieties. Generally a basic rule of thumb is to shorten droopy, flowerless stems by one-third. The new growth that occurs between now and winter will produce next summe…Read More

  7. Supporting Your Tall Flowers

    Mr. Weedy says: After a heavy rain, support tall flower stems prone to flop over. Use a thin stick or a length of bamboo and some jute twine to tie the plant upright. Supporting the flower stem will keep your plants healthy and strong. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape…Read More

  8. Choosing the Right Watermelon

    Mr. Weedy says: When choosing a watermelon for the Summer Holidays try slapping the fruit with your hand to determine the ripeness and freshness. A very sweet tasting fruit should sound hollow and an unripe fruit sounds like you're hitting a solid piece of wood. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly f…Read More

  9. Flower Tips and Ideas

    Mr. Weedy says: Now's a great time to remove faded flowers from beautiful plants like Geraniums and Marigolds to help them make more blooms. This is a very easy process and you'll be happy that you've done it once the plants start to reproduce! Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your …Read More