1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. New Fescue Seed, Now What?

    If you intend to re-seed your lawn or if you've already done so, here's a few tips you should follow to help with your success and to protect your investment. Fertilizers used during the core aeration season are specifically designed to help the new grass develop properly and to become strong. Seed …Read More

  6. Kudzu Bugs!!! (Atlanta Georgia)

    Since they arrived in Atlanta Georgia region last year, kudzu bugs have multiplied and spread across the Southeast. They are also showing up in new places Lawrenceville, Decator, Roswell, Smyrna, Cumming Johns Creek and Alpharetta behind tree bark. Almost two years ago, a tiny immigrant pest arrived…Read More

  7. Bed Bugs

    Bed bugs were once a common public health pest worldwide, but declined in incidence through the mid 20th century.Atlanta Lawn Care Recently however in Atlanta Georgia, bed bugs have undergone a dramatic resurgence and worldwide there are reports of increasing numbers of infestations. There have been…Read More

  8. A healthy tree grows no moss, or lichens

    Lichens and moss are often found growing on rocks, tortoise shells, windowpanes or even plants. They are harmless, but could indicate that something is wrong with a plant or tree. Have you ever heard of the old saying "A rolling stone gathers no moss"? It's a good analogy to describe why lichens or …Read More

  9. Winter Damage to Evergreens Shrubs

    Although winter injury does not occur as regularly in Georgia as in colder parts of the country, we do see a fair amount of cold damage to plants, especially young, succulent tissues or newly transplanted plants. Both narrow- and broad-leafed evergreens, such as pines, junipers, Leyland cypress, arb…Read More