1. Kudzu Bug Update!

    Megacopta cribraria, also known as the kudzu bug, is once again moving from its preferred host in search of protected sites where it will spend the winter. Once on the move, the adult bugs are attracted to light-colored surfaces - landing on people, vehicles, and buildings. They are a nuisance pest …Read More

  2. Insect Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: check your house plants that you've moved outdoors for the summer for insects and pest. If you notice webbing or white dots underneath the leaves this could be a clear indication of and insect problem in action should be taken immediately. Use a household insecticide that you can fin…Read More

  3. Shade Tree Management

    Mr. Weedy says: it's always a good idea to examine your shade tree plants and shrubs to look for any limbs that are leafless and brittle. If you notice a leafless stem simply take your hand shears and prune away any dead growth from the tree stock itself. Chances are the stem has already died and wi…Read More

  4. 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

  5. Prep Your Mower for the Winter!

    Surely you've kept your mower well tuned throughout the mowing season. If not, now’s the good time to prepare for a long winter's nap. Accomplishing basic maintenance task will make spring startups a breeze. When following these instructions: If mowing not your thing, see the attached link: ht…Read More