1. Poa annua Control in Southern Lawns

    Poa annua is the most common winter weed in southern lawns.  This grass is also commonly known as annual bluegrass and is distinguished by the boat-shaped leaves on the plant, with the tip of the leaf curving up like the bow of a boat. Poa annua is a cool season grass that germinates during the early fall when soil temperatures drop below 70 degrees.  Each small plant can produce around one hund…Read More

  2. Fire Ant Control

    Who can forget Antie from Honey, I Shrunk the Kids? The lovable ant that helped a group of miniature adolescents cross the treacherous terrain in their backyard, and ultimately gave his life in their defense. Unfortunately, for most, we are unable to have this experience when it comes to fire ants.  In reality, they are a common pest that can be found in many lawns. They build unsightly mounds, b…Read More

  3. Overseeding Your Fescue Lawn

    Summer is winding down and fall is on the way.  For Fescue lawns it is the perfect time of year to begin preparations for aerating and overseeding. Tall Fescue is a cool season turfgrass, so re-establishing areas of the lawn that have declined from the summer heat can be done by this process.  Unlike other grasses in the Metro Atlanta area, Fescue does not have rhizomes or stolons. Without these…Read More