1. Fall Armyworms In Your Grass

    In late summer, in Atlanta and almost every year, caterpillars invade turfgrass throughout Georgia. The damage to established turf is mostly aesthetic, but newly sodded or sprigged areas can be more severely damaged or even killed. While there are several caterpillars that can damage turfgrass, in l…Read More

  2. Bed Bugs

    Bed bugs were once a common public health pest worldwide, but declined in incidence through the mid 20th century.Atlanta Lawn Care Recently however in Atlanta Georgia, bed bugs have undergone a dramatic resurgence and worldwide there are reports of increasing numbers of infestations. There have been…Read More

  3. House Plant Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: before you leave for that exciting vacation this season; place your house plants on a wet towel in the bathtub before you leave. The moisture created from the towel will help keep the plants from dying while you're gone. If you plan on staying more than two or three weeks, ask a frie…Read More

  4. Sod Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Warm season grasses like Bermuda grass and Zoysia grass sod can be successfully installed in bare spots during this time of year. Make sure to loosen the soil before putting the sod in place. Be sure to water enough to keep the upper half-inch of soil moist but not soggy. Contact Wee…Read More

  5. Wood Chip Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Colored wood chips can make any landscape look great! Not only do wood chips save moisture in the landscape, it's also great for controlling weeds. Let Weed Pro lawn care spread a mulch color of your choice to enhance and beautify your property. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly fo…Read More

  6. Fruit Tree Care

    Mr. Weedy says: It's very important not to let your fruit trees in your landscape become overcome with fruit. Try propping the trees up with stakes or simply remove the unripe fruit to release the weight on the branches. It's not a good idea to let the fruit collect underneath the tree base. This co…Read More

  7. Tree Watering Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: If you plan to dig a hole for a tree or a hole post this season. Let your water hose trickle in the spot you have chosen all night long to loosen and soften the soil. This will create a muddy experience to dig in but allows for a deeper more accurate hole for your purpose. Contact We…Read More

  8. New Growth on Hydrangeas

    Mr. Weedy says: To acquire new growth on your hydrangeas shrubs, remove all stems that support faded flowers on your blue and pink varieties. Generally a basic rule of thumb is to shorten droopy, flowerless stems by one-third. The new growth that occurs between now and winter will produce next summe…Read More

  9. Tree Watering Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: This time of year tree roots are almost bone dry in the ground is very hard and compact. Try watering the trees with 15 to 20 gallons of water based on the tree trunk thickness once each week. Check with your local county office four watering regulations and rules Mr. Weedy says: be …Read More