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July 27, 2020

The Neverending Battle with Atlanta’s Fire Ants

Fire ants are angry and dangerous. Depending on the size of the colony, you might be in over your head. That’s where the professionals at Environmental Turf come in. We have years of experience battling these firey pests. We know what works and what doesn’t. We offer effective fire ant control solutions that exterminate these backyard bugs, no matter where they are hiding.
July 13, 2020

Flea and Tick Prevention Methods

Never underestimate the power of fleas and ticks. With our warm, sunny temperatures here in Georgia, fleas and ticks are a nuisance all year-round, but when the temperatures heat up and the humidity becomes higher, fleas and ticks become even more active. As the weather heats up, fleas and ticks become more active, putting you and your family at further risk. But you can be ready! Here are six flea and tick prevention methods that you can use to protect your home and your loved ones all year long.
June 29, 2020

Watch Out For These Most Dangerous Insects in Georgia

Temperatures are on the rise here in Georgia, and that means that the bugs will be too. Georgians are no strangers to pests sneaking in their homes, but some insects in our state are downright dangerous if you get too close. You should be able to identify these most dangerous insects in Georgia to protect yourself and your family.
June 15, 2020
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The Best Maple Trees to Add to Your Georgia Landscape

There are several varieties of maple that grow in the wilderness of Georgia. When they are transplanted in our yards, they can grow thicker than they can in a cramped forest where they are in constant competition for light and nutrients with other trees.
May 25, 2020

Weed Control Tips for Georgia Lawns

Weeds never seem to go away. No matter how much we toil, it seems like weeds are a never-ending scourge of summer. Weeds are much stronger […]
May 18, 2020

Common Lawn Pests Found in Georgia

Georgia homeowners put a lot of effort into their yards and landscapes in the spring in the hopes of being able to enjoy them in the […]
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