Category for Lawn Care

Be the Envy of the Neighborhood

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Be the envy of the neighborhood this summer with an amazing lawn. Start now with a Spring Emergent Herbicide. A Spring Emergent lawn care product eliminates weeds at the earliest stage of growth — before

The Importance of Aeration and Overseeding in the Fall

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Late summer or early autumn is a great time for aeration and overseeding in East Tennessee to heal cool-season lawns that have been damaged by summer drought, diseases, lawn damaging insects or foot traffic.

Tips for a Plentiful Fall Garden without the Pests

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At Preferred Pest Termite & Turf, we are proud to offer many kid and pet safe options, something we think is so necessary in this world of over exposure to unnatural chemicals and processes.

Keep a Football Ready Lawn

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With Football Season just around the corner, at Preferred Pest Termite & Turf, we want you to have the best lawn to impress all your football fans. The University of Tennessee Football field is

Don’t Let Mosquitoes Stop You From Enjoying Your Yard

Mosquitoes can be one of the most annoying and dangerous insects that are found in Knoxville, TN. They can transfer many harmful diseases to us and our animal friends. These diseases include West Nile

Start Planning for that Green Lawn Now

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  With warm weather quickly approaching we all have one thing on our mind, enjoying the outside. But you don’t want your lawn to be the eye sore of the neighborhood. Get the green lawn

Why is Fall Over-seeding Important?

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Late summer or early autumn is a great time for fall over-seeding to heal cool-season lawns that have been damaged by summer drought, diseases, lawn damaging insects or foot traffic. That’s because cool-season grasses,

Aerating Your Lawn: When & Why

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Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. This helps the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn. Why would you