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October 26, 2020

Georgia Fall Tree Care

Your trees go through a lot of stress during the summer from drought stress and pests. Trees are tough but they could stand to use a little TLC from your every once in a while. Take the time this fall to prune your trees, plant new ones, and get your trees a head-start for next spring with dormant oil and deep root fertilization.
October 12, 2020
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Relieve Compact Soil With Aeration

Compact soil can lead to a host of lawn problems. When soils become compact that can deny your grass the water, air, and nutrients it needs to stay alive and green. When your soil is too compacted, aeration is the only answer. At Environmental Turf we can help relieve your yard of soil compaction.
September 21, 2020

Protect Your Home From These Common Fall Pests

During the fall, many insects such as stink bugs, kudzu bugs, and the Asian lady beetle are on the hunt for warm places to spend the winter. It’s important to make sure your home is properly prepared. Learn how and then call Environmental Turf management for all your pest control needs.
September 14, 2020
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Poisonous Plants To Avoid in Georgia

Poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac are three dangerous plants that can be found right here in Georgia. At Environmental Turf Management, we can make sure weeds like this do not make their way into your yard.
August 31, 2020
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The Battle Against Grubs

Sightings of mole activity usually indicate a deeper problem in your grass, grubs. These lawn damaging creatures can wreak havoc. Learn how to identify them and the symptoms to look for in your yard. Then call Environmental Turf Management to eliminate both grubs and moles.
August 19, 2020
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Georgia Mole Control: Tips for Protecting Your Yard

Moles are known as the number one destroyer of lawns. Here are a few of the best ways to control them from damaging your Georgia lawn. You can also contact the professionals at Environmental Turf who will get rid of and prevent them from returning.
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