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For over 30 years, Terry has been nurturing and caring for Atlanta lawns. He’s survived all the changes in the industry, he’s seen every kind of lawn, and he knows how to handle any challenge that comes his way. So why do we love Terry? Because he says things like “honesty is the best policy and stick to your word no matter what.” From experience, we know he means it. The first thing Terry does when he gets to your lawn is walk around to get a feel for the land. Every lawn is unique and needs to be treated as such. He’s acutely aware of the dangers of falling into routine: He proudly changes striping patterns and takes his

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“It’s always coldest before the spring” or something to that effect. Before we know it, it’ll be time to start thinking seriously about lawn care and learning the truth about lawn care myths. It’s not the kind of thing you can start paying attention to once the grass is green, because by then it’ll be a mad dash of trying to find a service provider or a spot in your regular service provider’s schedule. If you wait too long, by the time someone can get to your lawn might mean showing up to an expensive spring cleanup. To avoid a spring cleanup, start thinking about the items you can take care of in February. There are a lot o

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A new year always comes with more responsibilities. It’s easy for us humans to take a break when responsibilities get stressful, but your lawn will keep pushing until it can’t. In order to lend a helping hand to your lawn, you’ll have to learn about various lawn care service opportunities, when they take place, and what they mean. During the growing season, your lawn uses up all the nutrients found in the soil, and unfortunately, the nutrients will not automatically replenish themselves. That’s why your lawn needs fertilizer, weed control, lime application, aeration and many other services throughout the year. But who has the time

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