Published on Friday, July 29, 2022
Lawn insects can be a real problem here in the Atlanta, Georgia area. They can move throughout your lawn and eat
either the roots of your grass or the actual grass blades, leaving behind a trail of damage in their wake. 3 lawn
insects that you should watch out for in the Atlanta area include grubs, armyworms, and spittlebugs. These lawn
insects start to become a problem when the weather warms up. If you suspect any of these lawn insects have taken
over your property, you...
Published on Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Your irrigation system plays an important role in helping you maintain a lush and vibrant lawn. That’s why you should always make sure it’s operating at 100% efficiency. If you don't know how to tell if your irrigation system needs to be repaired, don't worry, we've outlined three telltale signs for you to be on the lookout for! The first sign is related to your water bill. We know that water bills can sometimes increase between seasons—especially here in...
Published on Wednesday, July 20, 2022
Weeds are a nuisance to any lawn owner. They’ll steal essential nutrients and resources away from your grass, making it weaker and more susceptible to pests, diseases, and heat stress—which is especially important here in Georgia because your turf will need all the help it can get to survive the summer heat. Well, instead of trying to pull weeds from your lawn, you can keep them from stealing nutrients by administering weed control treatments. Weed control is available in two...
Published on Tuesday, July 12, 2022
Core aeration is an essential lawn care service that involves removing small "cores" of soil from your lawn to loosen compacted soil and make it easier for nutrients and other resources to reach the roots of your grass. But once the job is done, property owners in the Atlanta, GA area typically ask: "What should we do with these cores all over our yard?" Well, you have a few options available to you! The best option is to leave them alone so they can decompose ...
Published on Sunday, July 03, 2022
If you want to keep your lawn in tip-top shape, then it’s essential to stay vigilant and act as soon as you see
the first signs of a lawn disease. Many of these diseases may seem innocuous at first as they only affect small
areas, but if left unchecked, you risk jeopardizing your entire lawn’s health as these diseases continue to
spread. That’s why you need to look out for these three common diseases in Georgia this summer: summer patch,
brown patch, and...