1. Avoid These Practices to Maintain a Healthy Lawn

    The lawn is one of the most abused elements of every yard, and for the most part, it can handle the abuse. But there are a few things that a lawn can simply not take. Understanding how to avoid hurting your lawn can help you make better choices along the way. Here are a few common activities you sho…Read More

  2. Edging Your Lawn on a Regular Basis

    Our lawns are beautiful ground covers that make our homes and neighborhoods look great. They add the perfect touch needed to make a setting absolutely wonderful. A good looking lawn happens when people put in the time and effort to make it so. One of the most important care processes that people see…Read More

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Ridding Your Lawn of Dandelions

    Around this time of year, you may start to see those pesky dandelions shooting up through your grass. Their rough looking leaves can ruin the smooth and gorgeous surface of your lawn and they can spread quickly.  If you see dandelions start to grow on your lawn, react quickly and swiftly. Although …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. Pruning Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you're lucky enough to have fig bushes in your garden. Prune one-fourth of the branches from any overgrown areas. Be careful not to remove large sections of the plant. This will reduce the total number of fruit produced this summer and you don't want that. Focus your attention on …Read More