To help our community, even more, we offer additional services to protect your lawn better and keep it looking its best.
One of the most common causes of unhealthy lawns is soil compaction. Soil becomes compacted naturally over the years for many reasons, including foot traffic, mowing, and thatch buildup. When soil becomes compact, it deprives the grass of water, air, and nutrients; all things your lawn needs to thrive. Aeration helps to alleviate this by punching tiny holes into the turf to loosen up thatch and allow airflow back into the roots.
Overseeding is the application of more grass seed on top of your existing lawn to fill in bare spots and enhance the overall health and appearance of your yard.
The benefits of overseeding include:
If you’ve ever been unfortunate enough to be stung by fire ants while playing barefoot in the
yard, then you learned the hard way how they got their name.
Fire ants are an aggressive species that will defend their colony at all costs from trespassers, and that includes
your pets and children. Fire ant stings aren’t just painful. They can be dangerous for those with allergies. Just
one sting can cause symptoms of anaphylaxis in a matter of minutes.
Their painful stings aren’t the only problem these invasive pests cause; they can do a lot of damage to your
lawn. As the colony grows, it feeds on the roots of your grass, causing it to wither and die. Not to mention,the massive excavation projects push large mounds of dirt onto the surface which suffocates the grass underneath and can damage your lawnmower blades.
At Turf Shield, we provide year-round fire ant treatments to make sure your lawn and family are safe.
With our hot and humid weather here in Georgia, we experience a large number of lawn diseases. Lawn diseases and fungus can do a lot of damage to your lawn if left untreated. Luckily, the pros at Turf Shield have
the tools and experience needed to identify and stop these blights from ruining your lawn.
Types of lawn diseases that we treat at Turf Shield include:
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At Turf Shield, part of our mission is to educate the public on the different types of pests and diseases that are common to Georgia. Armed with knowledge, you can better defend your yard by being able to identify and even prevent these blights.