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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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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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How to Care for Your Knoxville Lawn

Posted on December 21, 2020

Tennessee may not face snowfall, but we have our share of late autumn and winter problems. Learn how to care for your Knoxville lawn and watch it thrive.

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Fall Lawn Care Tips For Tennessee Homeowners

Posted on October 26, 2020

By following the tips provided below, you can get a head start on your friends and neighbors for next spring. For more help with lawn care call the pros at Emerald Island. Our lawn care technicians are standing by to help.

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trees and shrubs in a yard in the fall

Why Deep Root Fertilization Is So Beneficial for Your Trees

Posted on September 28, 2020

A proper deep root fertilizer is used to maintain the health of your trees and shrubs while increasing their resistance to injury from diseases and insects. The experts at Emerald Island Lawn Service have the experience and knowledge you are looking for.

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Prepare for Fall With Aeration and Overseeding

Posted on August 24, 2020

By changing your lawn care with the changing seasons, you will have a better turf year after year and ensure that your lawn is healthy from the ground up. For the fall season, that means getting acquainted with core aeration and overseeding

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