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Corey Smith

Turf Painting

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In the Southeast, warm season grasses (Bermuda and Zoysia) enter dormancy when temperatures begin to drop below 50 degrees, typically in the late fall, and remain dormant until temperatures warm...
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Bed Pre-Emergent

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Weeds in planting beds can be an unsightly nuisance and can take hours of your valuable time to control by pulling or spraying. Although there is no way to completely...
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Horticultural Oils

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Even healthy-looking trees and shrubs could be providing a home for some of their worst enemies at this very moment. Below the bark's surface, your trees and shrubs could be...
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Protecting Plant Health

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The most common reason homeowners and property managers call in a tree or lawn expert is because they are concerned something is wrong with their plants. Trees and shrubs decline...
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After-Seeding Care

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Now that your lawn has been seeded, you may be wondering what you can do to help the new seed germinate. The first step is to provide plenty of water....
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Thirsty Soil

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Late summer and early fall can be particularly hot and dry in this part of the country. Now more than ever, your turf needs thorough and consistent watering. Your lawn...
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Mossy Lawns

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Georgia homeowners have reported an increased amount of moss in their lawns this summer. If you have experienced moss growing where grass should be, there are a few things to...
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Grubs & Army Worms

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When you do all the things necessary to achieve a healthy and robust lawn, you also make your lawn incredibly attractive to some of its biggest enemies. Turfgrass needs thick,...
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Fire Ants

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Fire ants, which were introduced to the United States from South America over 70 years ago, have now spread throughout the southern United States. These aggressive ants can be 1/8"...
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