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Even though we have had a few warm days lately in Cumming, Georgia be cautious about scalping your lawn too early. We can still get a heavy frost until April. Scalping your lawn too early could damage the turf if we get a freeze.

Scalping your lawn is the process of removing all the old brown winter foliage. Scalping is relatively easy, but messy. 

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Pulling weeds can feel good and feel very productive the first few times you get out there and get your hands dirty, but it is a chore that gets old rather quickly. The best way to get rid of weeds is to prevent them from taking hold in your lawn and garden. Saves you time, money, and effort if you an limit how many start growing in the first place. There are a few tricks and tips to follow that can help you minimize weeds’ ability to take over your lawn, get started with the following suggestions!

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Depending on your personality and your lifestyle, you may have previously hired a lawn care company, thought about it, or won’t even consider it because you like doing lawn care. Whatever your previous thoughts on hiring out your lawn care service to a professional agency, we have put together the top reasons we have found that people like to hire professionals.

1. Professionals know what they are doing

2. Save time

3. Stay on Schedule

4. Cost

5. Better Pest Control

6. Individualized And Extensive Services


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When advising people about lawn care, one of the most common pieces of advice is to sharpen your lawnmower blade. It is as if everyone knows how and when to do it, and little more is said. This is surprising because not only is a sharp blade vital to lawn health, but it can be a dangerous task if not done safely.

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If your warm season grass is nearing the end of its dormant period, you are probably excited to get out and give a good haircut. Especially if you haven’t been able to avoid traffic on the “sleeping” grass and it looks rough. In Milton, GA, you may be struggling with semi-dormant lawn. Here are a few tips to start your spring growing season.

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