1. Why Core Aeration?

    Core aeration removes plugs of soil from the lawn allowing oxygen, water, and nutrients to penetrate into the soil. Core aeration breaks up the compaction of soil, which can result from heavy traffic such as kids playing on the lawn, pets being active on the lawn, or from your heavy mower packing down the soil each time you mow. Turf that is not core-aerated once a year may also be crowned with a …Read More

  2. Caring for Your Lawn

    Spring will be here before you know it, and nothing will make your neighbors more envious than seeing your green and weed free lawn. However, this cannot happen on its own. With preparation and routine maintenance your lawn will become the talk of the neighborhood. In a good way of course! The majority of lawns in our area are warm season grasses including Bermuda and Zoysia turf types. If you are…Read More

  3. Warm Season Turf Maintenance in the Winter

    It is just as important to properly maintain your warm-season turf (Bermuda & Zoysia grasses) in the winter, as it is in the warmer months. Below are a few tips to make sure your turf is on the right track and ready for the growing season. -Make sure to remove or mulch fallen leaves to improve air flow and reduce the risk of disease. -Mow grass at highest recommended height. For Bermuda & …Read More

  4. Mowing your Peachtree City lawn.

    Mowing your lawn in Peachtree City, GA is critical even in the fall. Although growth on your warm season lawn has started to slow down we suggest you continue mowing weekly until it has gone completely dormant. Common warm season lawns in Peachtree City, GA are Bermuda and Zoysia. For most people that will be another month of mowing. After the lawn has gone dormant you can move to a monthly mowing…Read More

  5. Mowing your lawn in McDonough, GA

    Probably the number 1 thing you can do to improve your McDonougha, GA lawn is to mow on a regular 5-7 day schedule. This will allow you to see the best results from our lawn treatment program. Routine mowing during the growing season allows your lawn to thrive. Long stretches between mowing's can be harmful for the grass. In most cases when you mow on a 2-3 week schedule you are cutting off too mu…Read More

  6. Nutsedge in Newnan, Georgia

    In Newnan, Georgia a common weed we fight in the lawn during the summer is Nutsedge.  This grassy weed can infest a lawn very quickly.  While Nutsedge is a grass it does not resemble the common Bermuda and Zoysia lawns we have in Newnan, Georgia.  Especially since it grows much faster than these varieties of turf.  Typically Nutsedge rises above the height of the turf grasses very quickly maki…Read More

  7. Atlanta, Georgia Zoysia Patch

    In Atlanta, Georgia, Zoysia Patch is an active disease in your warm season turf grass lawn and landscape.  Zoysia patch disease is quite common as temperatures begin to cool and your turf begins to enter into dormancy.  This type of lawn disease may affect any warm season turf grass but is most common and detrimental to zoysia grass.   Grass affected by zoysia patch first appears as golden bro…Read More

  8. Turf grass Diseases in Atlanta, Georgia

    Turf grass diseases in Atlanta, Georgia occur when environmental conditions such as weather, conditions of the turf site, and management practices become favorable for the disease to develop.  Site issues such as limited air and light, poor drainage, or poor soil conditions will also contribute to your turfs disease susceptibility.  Turf diseases decrease the curb appeal and aesthetic value of y…Read More

  9. Zoysia Patch in Peachtree City, Georgia

    Zoysia Patch in Peachtree City, Georgia, is a prominent lawn disease that affects warm season turf grasses such as Bermuda and Zoysia, with Zoysia being the most susceptible to the disease.  This type of lawn disease is caused by the Rhizoctonia Solani fungus.  Zoysia patch, also commonly known as large patch, is evident in the spring and fall when grass is leaving or entering dormancy.  This t…Read More

  10. Weed Control in Fayetteville, Georgia

    The best method of weed control in Fayetteville, Georgia is maintaining lush and vigorously growing turf stand. Proper cultural practices such as proper mowing, watering and fertilization are the first steps to a healthy, weed free lawn. However, because of wind, animals and foot travel weeds can still be a challenge even with the best cultural practices. Because of how weed seeds spread it may be…Read More