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. Pesticides to Avoid with Pets

    Pesticides are wonderful to ensure your garden grows to full maturity. They do a great job of repelling the bugs and other creatures that would try to feed off of your precious produce. That said, some of those creatures are often your pets. Pesticides have a long list of negative side-effects that …Read More

  3. How to Weed Your Vegetable Garden

    If you currently have a vegetable garden in your yard, you are probably very proud of it. You have more than likely spent hours and hours planting, weeding, watering, and cultivating your precious garden. `You feel like you have poured your very heart and soul into your garden. You will do anything …Read More

  4. How to Prevent the Growth of Weeds

    If you are a garden enthusiast, you probably scowl when you hear the word “weed.” Weeds are pesky pests who make the gardening experience rather tedious. The reason why most gardeners do not like weeds is because they are usually not very aesthetically pleasing. They also choke the life out of t…Read More

  5. UV Rays and tips

    Wearing sunscreen during the summer months is very important and should be taken seriously. You and your loved ones should get in the habit of wearing a hat and sunscreen whenever you work or play outdoors. Skin cancer cases are on the rise each year. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help wit…Read More

  6. Tree Care Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Be sure to remove wire wrapping from all newly planted fall trees. Tree ties and metal wiring will eventually grow into the tree trunk itself causing permanent damage. Monitor your trees ability to sustain itself on a regular basis. Remember, trees that move with the wind grow strong…Read More

  7. Soil and Lime Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Depending on the area you live in, check your soils pH for low wind efficiencies and adjust accordingly to your areas soil conditions and requirements. Lime is a natural product and can be used 40 pounds per 1000 ft. At Weed Pro lawn care we provide free soil tests and lime adjustmen…Read More

  8. Flower Planting Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Plant bare root roses in organic soil that has plenty of nutrients for the plant to thrive and have beautiful flower blooms. There are many varieties and colors to choose from when deciding on a rose plant. Always research and map out the perfect landscape area before planting any ne…Read More

  9. When to Prune 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 lawn service atlanta…Read More