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Many people pause lawn care during the winter because turf goes dormant, but winter matters if want to have your lawn in the best shape possible for spring’s arrival. If you are committed to keeping your lawn healthy, then focus…

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‘Tis the season to be jolly! If you are preparing to deck the halls for the holidays and spruce up your property, you’ll want to be mindful of accidental lawn damage. Today, we’re discussing how to get your lawn holiday-ready…

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There is no time off if you want your lawn looking its best year-round. Grass and shrubs don’t exactly thrive in the winter, but there is still a lot of growing that takes place and maintenance that needs to be…

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Fall begins in a little over two weeks from now, and many homeowners think that gardening and lawn care come to a pause during this season. After all, leaves are falling, and trees are entering dormancy – right? Well, not…

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The peak of the summer heat is behind us, and we are fast approaching the cool and crisp temperatures of fall. You might consider fall to be the season that puts plant-life to sleep as many trees shed their leaves…

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Autumn is right around the corner and Arbor-Nomics is all about planning for the upcoming season. This short article will help you prepare your lawn for the fall. This article is dedicated for Fescue lawns, but our professional lawn care…

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There are many pests that threaten your perfectly manicured lawn. Aphids, grubs, fire ants, and armyworms are just some of the intruders that can wreak havoc on your turf, plants, and vegetation. In this article brought to you by Arbor-Nomics,…

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No one likes to see their manicured lawn overrun with weeds. They are ugly and difficult to bring under control. If there’s the most difficult broadleaf weed to control in Atlanta it’s probably got to be the Virginia buttonweed. This…

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Lawn care is a year-round responsibility and, unfortunately, the summer season is when a good number of pests come out to give you and your garden a hard time. Aphids, armyworms, and fire ants are just some that come to…

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There are so many things to love about summer, but mosquitos are not among them. Worse, it seems mosquitos love the summer as much as we do. Some locations are lucky, but the humidity and rainfall in Atlanta make it…

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