1. 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

  2. Getting Ready to Seed Your Lawn

    As fall rolls around, you should schedule some time to provide your lawn with a little extra attention. Planting tall fescue during the fall season can provide you with a lush and green colored lawn throughout the fall, winter and spring in Georgia. Planting tall fescue during the months of Septembe…Read More

  3. Making Sure Your String Trimmer is Helping, Not Hurting

    There are a lot of people that us a string trimmer, or a weed wacker, to manage their lawn. Using a string trimmer can give you the opportunity to manage and work with areas of your lawn that your mower is not able to get to. Unfortunately, if you are using your weed wacker incorrectly you can do so…Read More

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Winter Flower Pruning Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Winter honeysuckle, quince and forsythia can be pruned to a smaller size after flowering has completed. Heavy planning is not recommended at this time. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projects. Additional reference sources include georgia lawn treatme…Read More

  7. Fungicide Spraying Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you have access to an extra spray can or backpack sprayer that hasn't been used with an herbicide product, now’s a great time to spray a broad spectrum fungicide product on your Apple and Peach trees while the trees are in bloom. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help …Read More

  8. Sharing Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you’ve been following us, you know we know our stuff. Share our Facebook and Twitter pages with your friends and family to get our daily tips. Weed Pro Lawn Care on Facebook and @WeedProLawnCare Twitter. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with your landscape projec…Read More

  9. Tree Pruning Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: It’s still okay, and not too late to prune your Crape Myrtle trees while there still dormant. Be sure not to over prune or butcher the trees. Some people say less is more when it comes to Crape Myrtle pruning. We would recommend calling a professional landscaper for recommendat…Read More