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Our Techs Win The Turf War

See how we go to battle to give every Atlanta gnome a happy home.

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Aeration and Overseeding

Aeration pulls out small plugs of soil to break up compaction and allows vital air, water and nutrients to travel down to the roots. Overseeding fills in bare or thinning spots left behind by the stress of summer heat. Prepare your yard by mowing and watering the night before aeration and overseeding.

Mowing

How to Identify and Treat Scale

Scale insects damage plant tissues by sucking out the sap, robbing them of vital nutrients. When these pests attack, plant growth is stunted; leaves may develop yellow blotches; the branches may die, and some or all of the leaves may fall off. Your Atlanta lawn care professional can treat this issue with a systemic insecticide that is absorbed by a plant and kills off these pests.

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How to Identify and Treat Grubs

During autumn, grubs in your lawn’s soil begin to feed on grass roots, which can cause your grass to turn brown and die. Contact your Atlanta lawn care professional at Arbor-Nomics so they can apply a pesticide while grubs are small and close to the surface of your lawn, making this treatment most effective.

Mowing

The Right and Wrong Way to Mow Your Lawn

A healthy, green lawn is the result of a combination of factors including effective watering and fertilization, but mowing is another part of that equation. Proper lawn mowing practices can mean the difference between a green lawn and a yellow one.

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How to Identify and Treat Dallisgrass

Dallisgrass is one of the most troublesome weeds in the Southeast. It forms distinct clumps in mowed lawns and produces tall, unsightly seed stalks. A combination of hand-pulling and selective herbicides is the best way to control Dallisgrass.

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Shade Decline with Leyland Cypress

Leyland Cypress grows best where they get full sun to partial shade. Browning foliage often occurs on a stressed or weakened tree and can be caused by lack of sunlight.

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How to Identify and Treat
Armyworms

Armyworms are surface feeders that eat leaf tissue and create brown patches by destroying lawns one blade at a time. With early detection, armyworm damage can be treated with insecticides.

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Cryptomeria Canker Disease

Cryptomeria Canker Disease will cause individual branches of the tree to turn orange in color, then brown. Often only one or two limbs initially exhibit symptoms, but the disease may spread so that many are affected. Infected limbs should be removed by a lawn care professional.

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How to Identify and Treat Rust

Rust initially causes light yellow flecks on grass blades and sheaths and, when severe enough, can cause slow growth in your lawn. Learn how to identify and treat this lawn disease.

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How to Identify and Treat
Brown Patch

During the summertime, Atlanta lawns go through major threats from common lawn funguses, one of which is called Brown Patch. Learn how to identify and treat this lawn disease.

Lawn Care Tips

Top Lawn Care Tips

Learn about four top lawn care tips for maintaining your Atlanta turf. Get key insights on watering, mowing, aeration and overseeding.

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Aerating Your Lawn

Discover the best options for aerating your lawn. Arbor-Nomics covers aerating warm-season grasses and aerating and overseeding cool-season grasses.

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Why Arbor-Nomics Turf?

Discover how Arbor-Nomics and our Certified Landscape Specialists (CLSs) meet and exceed expectations for Atlanta lawn care maintenance.

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Meet Dick and Doug

Learn why Dick Bare, our President and Doug Cash, our Vice President love lawn care and why our techs are like owners.

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