fall trees and shrubs

How To Get Your Trees And Shrubs Ready For The Winter

Posted on November 16, 2021

Winter will soon be upon us and that means you need to protect your trees and shrubs. By nourishing them from the inside, and protecting them from pests on the outside, you’ll give them the best chance of making it to spring.

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Here’s What You Need To Do To Get Your Yard Ready For Fall

Posted on September 13, 2021

With summer drawing to a close, now’s the time to consider how to get your yard ready for autumn and subsequently winter. From dormant oil applications to moisture retention, there are several key things you should do to show your yard a little TLC this fall.

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These Common Lawn Diseases Are Ready To Destroy Your Tennessee Lawn

Posted on August 9, 2021

The hot summers in Tennessee can wreak havoc on your grass, and sometimes lawn diseases can rear their ugly heads. If you aren’t vigilant, these diseases could spell disaster for your lawn and all your hard work. Know the signs and spot lawn diseases before they cause too much damage. Here is a list of the most common lawn diseases in Tennesee.

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Do-It-Yourself: Mosquito Control Edition

Posted on July 26, 2021

The beautiful outdoors always comes with a caveat, and this summer it is going to be the mosquitoes. These little buggers will eat you alive if you let them – so follow along for the best DIY ways to keep yourself protected this season.

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Brown Patch in Knoxville, Tennessee

Posted on June 20, 2021

Well, it is that time of the year again. From now until the end of September all of our lawns are susceptible to many different turf diseases. All of these diseases are activated by weather conditions that are favorable for their development. The number one problem in fescue lawns is brown patch. (Bermuda, centipede, and… Read more »

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Why You Should Consider Grub Control This Summer

Posted on June 14, 2021

Those cute little white caterpillars you may have seen while poking around in your garden are not actually caterpillars at all. They’re grubs, and they’ll destroy your garden and your lawn, if you don’t stop them.

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All Of Your Soil Testing FAQs

Posted on May 17, 2021

What are the benefits of soil testing? What exactly does a soil test look for? In today’s blog, we’ll answer these and other common questions surrounding soil testing for lawns.

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sunrise over grassy field

Your Spring Lawn Care Checklist For Tennessee Lawns

Posted on February 22, 2021

Spring lawn care can make your head spin. The lawn care experts at Emerald Island Lawn Service are here to make your life easier. For the best lawn care in Knoxville call us today and get on our lawn care program for 2021.

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