Feeding and Protecting Trees in the Landscape


Tree Care
AS A LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR, you know how to feed, water, trim and otherwise nurture the turf, shrubs and flowers on your clients’ properties. But when it comes to those big, tall, woody things in the middle of your clients’ turf areas, your confidence may wane.   More
 
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS-VILLANO

Aphid Attack


Weed and Pest Control
Aahh...springtime. Buds are breaking, turf is awakening from dormancy and the hummingbirds return from their sojourn in warmer climes.    More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999

Integrated Pest Management


Weed and Pest Control
THE RESIDENTS OF CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA, typically take pride in what their town has to of fer—gorgeous mountain scenery, numerous swimming and fishing spots, a rich and vibrant array of wildlife—but when fall cankerworms began devouring the town’s local trees in record numbers several years ago, that pride began to wane.   More
 
Monday, June 15, 2009 DANNY FASOLD

Identifying and Controlling Pesky Pests


Weed and Pest Control
AS A LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR, AS IN ANY BUSINESS, YOU’RE constantly looking for ways to increase your client base. Of course you provide the very best in design/build and maintenance services, or just maintenance itself, but so does your competition.Landscape perfection begins with the lawn. All the hard work you put into the walkways, trees, flowers and fountains won’t matter if your client’s turf is being destroyed by an insect infestation. To keep your client’s landscape looking beautiful, it’s necessary to control turf-impacting pests.   More
 
Tuesday, June 15, 2010 ROBIN WESTMILLER

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