Common plant problems in the Atlanta area
PESTS, PROBLEMS & SOLUTIONS
Atlanta’s growing season provides plants with almost year around growth. Because of this long growing season pest populations can build to thresholds where plant damage can occur. The natural and man-manipulated environment in Atlanta can also cause stress and eventual decline in our landscapes and forests. The following is a list of some of the more common pests, cultural problems and environmental problems we may encounter year to year.

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Hawthorne - dwarf hawthorne is extremely susceptible to leafspot more...
Heat Related Dieback In Warm Season Turf - This is a heat related problem in our warm season turf but mainly associated with bermuda. more...
Heat tolerance - Though many cold hardy plants are listed for our planting more...
Hemlock problems - Hemlocks face several problems. more...
Hickory or pecan leaves and stems being attacked? - This is most likely the work of the Phylloxera gall insect. more...
High Temperatures and No Rainfall And Incorrect Watering! - This is a recipe for problems with your landscape if you are not watering enough or not watering correctly.  If you are seeing brown leaves or leaf drop you are in trouble but there is hope! more...
Holes In The Trunk Of Your Tree? - This could be the work of your local Yellow-bellied Sapsucker! more...