1. Getting a Head Start on Your Garden

    If you’ve been thinking about starting a home garden, it’s not too early! Getting started now can ensure that your garden will be prepared to flourish this year. Although you may not be able to start planting until spring, there is a lot of work that you can do to help the chances that your gar…Read More

  2. Tips For Handling Leaves in the Fall

    Now that fall is here, seasonal trees are going to start dropping their leaves after they change colors. For many people, fall is a great time- after all, the air is a bit crisper, leaves change colors, and the holidays are within sight. Leaves falling from the trees is not something that everyone l…Read More

  3. Finishing Up With Summer Yard Work

    Now that September is here, it’s time to begin finishing up with summer yard work and prepare for cooler seasons. Obviously, this process is going to be different based on your location. While people in the north need to prepare for harsh winter conditions with their lawn care, those of us in warm…Read More

  4. Watering at Night- Perks and Advantages

    In case you haven’t been keeping up with the news, over half of the United States has been declared a disaster area due to drought conditions. These conditions have led to a hotter and more arid climate that has made good lawn care a little trickier. Luckily though, it is perfectly possible to get…Read More

  5. Ridding Your Lawn of Pesky Weeds

    When you are working on your lawn care, you should be sure that you know how to get rid of those pesky weeds that can grow in your lawn. Weeds in your lawn can be very difficult to get rid of, because you risk the chance of killing your lawn if you take drastic measures. Understanding how you are go…Read More

  6. Caring for Your Lawn Each Week

    If you have a yard attached to your home, then summer is going to be the time you spend the most with it. Whether you love the work or hate it, the simple fact remains that the work has to be done! You always have options regarding whether you would like to do the yard work yourself, or whether you…Read More

  7. Home Pest Treatments In Georgia

    Atlanta Georgia this month, language is being added to labels of synthetic pyrethroid non-agricultural outdoor products that will greatly impact virtually all perimeter treatments and preconstruction termiticide applications. Aimed at mitigating  runoff and protecting both water quality and aquatic…Read More

  8. Zoysia Grass Disease

    Zoysia Large Patch Rhizoctonia Solani AG2-2 “LP” • Active at thatch temperature range of 50-85 degrees • Survives in bud nodes and inoculates leaf sheaths • Infects nodes and stolons; roots and rhizomes not infected. • Disease grows as mycelium • Can move in infested soil or plant part…Read More

  9. Tick Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: During the hottest time of year, ticks are a very big problem. Take time to do a “tick check” when kids return from playing in the yard or nearby woods. Look for anything unusual around their necks and chest areas. Ticks carry a variety of diseases that can make your chil…Read More