Lawns

  • Summer weeds? Already? Yes, even though it is February, now is the best time to think about treating for weeds you see in the summer. At this time of year, we will apply Pre-emergent herbicides. For some vocabulary: Pre-emergent: applied prior to weed seed germination and emergence Post emergent: applied as spot treatment directly to…

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  • The sun rising over sprinklers watering plots at the Athens Turfgrass Research and Education Center.

    As we enter the cold seasons, it can be stressful to prepare your gardens. This can be especially worrisome along the Georgia Coast as we prepare for warm winters but can experience unexpected frosts and freezes. The cooler temperatures today are certainly welcome after a blistering summer. However, you may have questions seeping in as…

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  • Image of chick with information about national ag week

    March 21-27, 2023 The week of March 21-27, 2023 is designated National Ag Week. Georgia sets aside the 21-25 to celebrate at the state level. We all should use this time to thank the men and women who work so hard to grow, harvest, transport, and sell our agricultural commodities. In Glynn and McIntosh Counties,…

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  • Crabgrass

    This weekend would be a great time to treat if you know that you have issues with crabgrass in your lawn. Our specialists recommend treating for Crabgrass from February 15-March 5 for our part of the state. Crabgrass is difficult to treat while it is growing. Because of this, your best course of action is…

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