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(912) 264-2848

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(912) 264-2848


Promote a healthy lawn by using high​ly effective Fertilizer

You can count on Another Landscape Company, Inc. to apply the appropriate Fertilizer to your lawn. No two lawns are alike. Many factors are to be considered. Where you live, whether you have sun or shade. We can build a successful program specifically for your lawn. A well-fed lawn is healthier, which means it has a better root system to combat heat, cold, drought, mowing, foot traffic and other stresses. Applying fertilizer in the spring strengthens roots and gets it off to a good start before the heavy growing season while applying fertilizer in the fall gives your lawn nutrients that it lost thru the summer.

Slow-release fertilizers break down their nutrients over a longer period of time, so you can wait longer between applications

Protect your lawn from damaging insects

A healthy, well tended lawn is a beautiful thing, but like any planting, it can experience a variety of problems. Chewing insects, like grasshoppers, may attack grass blades, and burrowing critters, like gophers, moles, may munch through grass roots and cause green tops to die. It's not to difficult to spot dying patches of lawn. It is often a challenge, though, to detect what is causing the problem and how to treat it. You can count on Another Landscape Company, Inc. to recommend the appropriate granular insecticide ​for your lawn.

Summer Means Lawn Fungus!
We want to show you what to look for and how to identify a fungus in your lawn. Lawn fungus is brought on with high humidity and warmer temperatures. Often times drought stress or insect damage can be mistaken for lawn fungus so you want to be sure you are properly diagnosing the problem. Some of the most common summer lawn fungi are red thread, summer patch, dollar spot, brown patch, leafspot and stripe smut. Summer Lawn Diseases - Bright red thread-like strands appear near grass tips or the cut surfaces of the grass blades.