Our Lawn Care and Outdoor Pest Control Blog
Wondering how you can help keep your yard healthy and pest-free between services? Here are a few tips, tricks, and DIY hacks that we have learned over the years that can help you take better care of your outdoor space. Read on to learn more!
Your home insulation is one of the most important components in keeping your house comfortable all year round. Not only does it help to keep heat in during the winter months, but it also helps to keep your home cool during the summer.
No one wants to find weeds in their beautiful flower beds. Not only are weeds not pleasing to the eye, but they can also compete with your flowers for resources such as light, water, and nutrients.
Whether you just bought a new home, are trying to establish new turf, or you’re just trying to beef up your grass to make it more resistant to pests and disease, it’s important to know which types of grass grow best in our area.
If you have ever seen your garden plants skeletonized overnight, then you may have witnessed the destructive power of the armyworm. These larvae of different species of moths have a ferocious appetite and will strip any plant bare.
Here in the Southeast, we love our trees—they clean the air and make a statement in your yard, providing shade from the intense heat of summer, while others provide some color in the dreary winter months.
Sodium chloride or road salt is applied to roadways, driveways, and sidewalks in Tennessee to melt the ice and snow and improve the safety of motorists and pedestrians. The salt dissolves in water to create a brine that has a freezing point lower than water.
Summer in Tennessee means warmer weather, bugs, and the age-old fight against weeds. From crabgrass to nutsedge, dozens of uninvited guests appear in our yard. That's why we have compiled a list of the most common Tennessee weeds in our flower beds and turfs, including:
An invasive species is destroying our beloved ash trees, and it has been found in 35 states, including right here in Tennessee, Alabama, and Missouri. It is the Emerald Ash Borer beetle (EAB).
Winter is here in Tennessee which means it’s time to prepare our lawns for winter. One of the things that we can do to get our lawn looking great and prepared for next spring is to fertilize. Fertilizing in the winter encourages vigorous root growth in your plants.
That familiar feeling of spring is in the air. We made it through the winter and now it’s time to get ready for what comes next; lawn care. The actions you take now will affect your yard for the rest of the year. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and get to work. But where do you start?