1. Naturally Shooing Away Unwanted Visitors

    If you find that your lawn has become the neighborhood hangout for dogs, there are some natural solutions that may benefit you.  It can be difficult and awkward to approach dog owners and sometimes dog owners may not necessarily care that their dog is on your lawn.  No matter what your situation i…Read More

  2. Keeping an Eye out for Insects

    Insects are one of the biggest problems that face our lawns every summer. These pests can do a great deal of damage to your lawn by attacking the grass and trees and by interrupting healthy cycles of growth. If you have insect problems, it is a good idea to get rid of them as soon as possible! Not o…Read More

  3. Lace Bugs

    Lace bugs are important pests of many ornamental trees and shrubs. They attack a broad range of evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs and often go undetected until the infested plants show severe damage. Azalea lace bug  both adults and nymphs have piercing-sucking mouthparts and remove sap …Read More

  4. 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

  5. Pruning Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Use a hand pruner on your boxwood shrubs, shears are not recommended for pruning boxwood's and your goal is to make foliage holes in the greenery. This process will improve sun penetration to the tree trunk for new growth stimulation. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care directly for help with…Read More

  6. 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

  7. Pampas Grass Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Pampas grass and maiden grass can be pruned now. Remove any brown foliage leaving only the stems of the grass 12 inches high. If you decide to leave the grasses uncut this season, unwanted grass stems will blow around your landscape on a windy summer day. Contact Weed Pro Lawn Care d…Read More

  8. Pre-emergent Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: Now is still a great time to consider adding fresh mulch or pine straw to your landscape areas. Preventive measures and a general rule of thumb idea to consider are as follows. Apply bed Pre-emergents to the ground surface before applying or installing these different mulch varieties…Read More

  9. Lawn Design Tips

    Mr. Weedy says: To speed up or reduce your lawn care mowing in the yard, re-design and remove sharp angles and narrow areas to eliminate difficult mowing turns. Map out new areas using pine straw or colored mulch to extend these difficult areas for a more rounded and time reducing approach. Remember…Read More