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August 18, 2012

It is amazing what fresh air can do for pets, people and even lawns. While it’s not possible to take your lawn for a refreshing drive in the country, you can enhance its health with a process called lawn aeration….

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August 17, 2012

Moles and Gophers – Underground Excavators Moles and gophers may be two very different animals, but they share some very similar behaviors. Both are expert excavators, tunneling underground in pursuit of grubs and earthworms. It’s easy to spot the damage…

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The ideal time to prune most trees and shrubs in Atlanta is late winter, just before growth begins. Pruning can be done anytime of the year, but often the tree or shrub will not heal as quickly as it does…

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August 10, 2012

Just because your warm-season grass is dormant during winter, it doesn’t mean that your lawn care responsibilities are over. Follow these tips this winter, and your lawn will be stronger this spring. Keep your lawn clean and clear. Do not…

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The trees filling winter’s landscape are often misjudged to be dormant. Wintering trees are not sleeping, but simply counting the days until spring. The points of the tree where growth occurs are protected during the winter by jacket-like growths called…

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When driving past beautiful homes with their thick green lawns, you might not think about the work involved in maintaining a lawn like that. It takes many hours and plenty of elbow grease to prepare and grow the perfect lawn….

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How often should I water my lawn, and how much water should I use? While getting enough water is essential to the beauty, color, and health of your lawn, excessive watering can be just as detrimental as not enough. But…

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Nutsedge is not a grass; it’s not even a pretty weed, and it can be a constant nuisance, especially in Atlanta. It has gotten a well-earned reputation for being the king of the worst over all other weeds. Most often,…

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