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Cutting Your Lawn For the Fall

Cutting Your Lawn For the Fall

When you see the leaves starting to fall, it should be time to think about getting your bermudagrass lawn ready for the winter. Done correctly, mowing can be a key component of doing that. This can help reduce the brown spots that are caused by hard freezes and...

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Why You Should Get Mosquito Control

Why You Should Get Mosquito Control

Imagine you are outside grilling at your family's cookout. Everyone is having a great time but you are constantly getting bit by mosquitos. Soon, everyone is getting bit and now they are itchy and cranky. That might mean it's time for Mosquito Control. In this blog...

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Different Types Of Grass

Different Types Of Grass

Some people think that grass is just grass. They believe that there is only one type and that all grass is the same. But, they are sadly mistaken. There are over 11,000 different types of grass that can comprise someone's lawn. In this article, we will discuss a few...

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When (and how) To Water Bermudagrass

When (and how) To Water Bermudagrass

Keeping your grass green involves a few different means of care. These can include fertilization, treatments for weeds, keeping it mowed at a shorter level, aeration, and the oft-overlooked watering. Watering your lawn haphazardly can have ill effects. It's best to...

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7 Mistakes to Avoid to Get a Lush, Weed-free Lawn

Timing, effort, and the right mix of products equal a lush, weed-free lawn. For most do-it-yourself homeowners, no matter how hard they try and how much money they spend at the local big-box hardware store, their lawn ends up looking patchy and unkempt. Here are seven...

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What Happens to Bermudagrass in Winter

By now, you've surely noticed that your bermudagrass has gone from a lush green to a yellow or straw color. Aside from looking out of the ordinary, it is a completely normal phase of grass. What's Happening With Your Grass? When bermuda starts to turn tan it's simply...

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Armyworms and Your Lawn

Armyworms and Your Lawn

Ridding Your Grass of Armyworms Though armyworms look like harmless caterpillars, they can actually wreak devastating havoc on your bermudagrass lawn. As moth larvae, armyworms can chew grass blades all the way to the ground, causing brown patches all over the place....

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Bermuda Vs. Fescue Grass: Which is Better For Your Property?

Updated 8/23/2021 Originally published 2/17/17 A beautiful lawn is a thing to behold. Nothing improves a home’s curb appeal better than a well-manicured, lush and colorful lawn. In order to begin enjoying your lawn, you have to choose which grass to grow. Bermuda and...

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3 Legs That Make Up the Lawn Care Tripod

3 Legs That Make Up the Lawn Care Tripod

In our fantastic state of Georgia, there are many more than just the four basic seasons. You have spring if you're lucky, then summer, then mega summer, late summer, early fall, second summer, the middle fall, light winter, tundra winter, a couple more fall days, then...

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Poisonous Plants to Be Aware of in Georgia

Our great state of Georgia is home to many indigenous and many transplanted species. The plants, animals, wildlife, and ecology in Georgia are ever-changing. As of right now, there are a few poisonous plants that thrive and are quite prominent in our state’s...

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