Banana Bread and Hucking
One of our customers, Harriett Cowan, is one of my favorite customers to speak with. She is so lively and vibrant. She is a retired teacher, and has lots and lots of stories to share. I could stay on the phone with her for hours, in fact, I have! Last month, Greg Wagner, our Vice-President, and David Seidenberger, our Service Manager, met with Mrs. Cowan on her lawn to address some of her concerns.
Our Marietta Branch Manager, David Iseman, sent these pictures over last week. If you were to see this odd critter in your lawn, you might freak out, but you shouldn’t! This is a harmless, ‘Hickory Horned Devil Caterpillar’ that eventually turns into a Regal Moth.
Day Out at Atlanta Motorsports Park
Last week, Charlie and Jennifer King had the pleasure of touring the Atlanta Motorsports Park with Clint Waltz, Associate Professor and Turfgrass Extension Specialist at the University of Georgia. The motorsports park is fairly new and we are working on getting the turf in shape.
King Green offers top dressing for warm season turf (bermuda and zoysia) during the summer months. One of our customers took the following pictures of Chad and Eddie topdressing her lawn. These are great shots, thank you Mrs. Vycital!
Lawn in Progress
One of our customers recently sent the following e-mail and pictures. We’re so glad she shared her success story with us and sincerely appreciate the feedback. Her lawn is still a work in progress, but showing great improvement.
After the Renovation
Because of my delay in posting this entry, it’s already time for us to switch out the perennials in front! None the less, it looks great and I’m happy with our project.
Before the Renovation……
So I meant to post this about a month ago. Better late than never, right? These are the before pictures from our project in front of our main office in Gainesville. I should have taken pictures of the plants that were here before we got started. These pictures are after everything that was in place was removed, but before the new plant material was installed. Make sense? Tris came in on a Sunday afternoon and removed everything.
This weekend is perfect for fall planting. There is no freeze expected, making the soil just right. Great timing before all of the family visits for Thanksgiving! I’ve listed a few tips below.
Don't Be Alarmed by Your Camouflage Lawn!
Due to the reduced temperatures, turf growth is starting to slow down. Soon, Bermuda & Zoysia lawns will enter their dormant phase. During the colder …
The Importance of Leaf Removal
Leaf removal is not only essential from an aesthetic perspective, but also for agronomic reasons. Although turf grass growth slows or ceases during this time …