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PLC Newsletter March/April 2015

March20151

Well, Spring has sprung, the clocks have changed and like a line from a decade old scary movie, "They're back!"

It's that time again. Summer weeds are coming back! Crabgrass, goosegrass, foxtail, poa annua and other problem grassy and broadleaf weeds such as annual bluegrass, henbit, knotweed, chickweed and spurge. If you didn't do your homework, they are on the way back.

Controlling weeds is really simple. If you maintain a vigorous turf, they can't get established. If they get ahead of you use a pre-emergent herbicide.

We winterized you turf last fall with a dose of potassium to help maintain healthy root growth and applied the necessary pre-emergent to prevent winter weed germination. A rule to remember is treat summer weeds mid March and winter weeds in mid September.

That's just what we are doing right now for our valued customers.

This round of applications contains a dose of nitrogen to help green up your turf and pre-emergent herbicides to provide season long control of those pesky weeds. We are also adding iron to our client's cool season turf to help it bounce back into that nice green lawn we all desire.

When Bermuda is coming out of dormancy, it is very sensitive to some herbicides. That's why you need our lawn care service. We use the proper types and amounts necessary to maintain a healthy Atlanta lawn.

And remember, your trees and shrubs need care too! Left to themselves the become
unruly and can harbor unwanted insects and diseases. Our Tree/Shrub program can help eliminate problems. Don't trust just anyone, trust Precision Lawn Care! Learn more about identifying weeds here. Learn about Healthy Lawns here.

Scroll through our blog to learn more about insects and diseases. You can start here. This is also the time to start thinking about revitalizing your landscape. Our professional designers and installers can provide you with a remake or refresh, from trees and shrubs, to lawns, to outdoor living spaces. Call us today. Within the next few weeks we will be starting our season color changes. Call or email us to make sure you get into the rotation. It's also time to consider refreshing you mulches. A 2 - 3 inch bed of mulch protects your beds from weeds, diseases and enables them to survive the coming summer heat. Call to get on our rotation today.
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Learn more about identifying weeds here.

Learn about Healthy Lawns here.

Scroll through our blog to learn more about insects and diseases. You can start here.

This is also the time to start thinking about revitalizing your landscape. Our professional designers and installers can provide you with a remake or refresh, from trees and shrubs, to lawns, to outdoor living spaces.

Call us today.

Within the next few weeks we will be starting our season color changes. Call or email us to make sure you get into the rotation. It's also time to consider refreshing you mulches. A 2 - 3 inch bed of mulch protects your beds from weeds, diseases and enables them to survive the coming ummer heat. Call to get on our rotation today.


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OUTDOOR TRUTHS


March20153
Practice, practice, practice; that's what we're all doing right now. Go to any establishment that supplies the hunter and you will hear the sounds of those preparing for the upcoming turkey season. It sounds like a flock of hens have just landed inside the store. We're trying out the box calls, slate calls, mouth calls, push-pull calls and anything else that has just come on the market. But it's not just in those places. At home, in the car, and wherever we may be, we're mocking the sounds of the lonesome hen. My wife has threatened to fry me if I don't give it a break. There are the yelp, cluck, purr, cut, putt, and some other sounds that I have never heard. It's all part of the plan of attack on opening day and throughout the hunting season.The idea of all this noise pollution is to become something that we are not and to do it so well that it fools even the wisest gobbler.It seems that we ought to be good at it by now. I mean, most of us are experts at being something that we are not. We live our lives so far away from what we were made for.

We have become good at making the sounds of the world around us as if there is no difference between us and all the other creatures. The fact is we are special. God has breathed in us the breath of life. It's called a soul. It is the eternal part of man that will never die. We are not a body with a soul but a soul with a body. We are called God's workmanship and we were created for Him. To be anything else is no different than trying to be a hen in the woods. We may have some success but one day the season will be over and we'll have to give an account of whether we became what we were meant to be. The great thing about being what we were meant to be is that it perfectly fits within our own desires for fulfillment. God's plan for us is not a foreign substance in our body that seeks to suck away our life; instead it is the catalyst that adds joy to an otherwise joyless existence.

Gary Miller

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