1. 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

  2. The Best Day Of Fishing Ever!

    The Best Day Of Fishing Ever!   Some fishing stories are a little hard to believe, But this guy has pictures to prove his story... I've heard of salmon jumping into boats, but never anything quite like this... Tom Satre told the Sitka Gazette that he was out with a charter group on his 62-foot fish…Read More

  3. Happy New Year!! January Garden Tips!!

    Choose a nice sunny day and fertilize your winter pansies, violas, and ornamental cabbage. It's also a great time to deadhead any unsightly or damage flower heads. Be sure to also remove any seed pod stems. Fertilize your winner flower displays with products that contain “nitrate nitrogen” for p…Read More

  4. Have You Winterized Your Trees Yet?

    Have you winterized your trees yet? Fall is a time of serious change and reorganization within a tree. Many trees will not survive to grow in another spring. Weed Pro Lawn Care can help your trees survive and thrive. Winter is a difficult time for trees. Trees must stand in the face of drying and co…Read More

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. Watering your shrubs

    Mr. Weedy says: How much water do your trees and shrubs actually need? Each week trees & shrubs need one gallon of water per foot of height. Purchase a rain gauge and test your current irrigation system to gauge the amount of water and output from your sprinkler heads. Remember, it's better to w…Read More

  8. 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

  9. 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