January and February are the best months for pine tree removal.
It is important to keep off of your lawn when it is still soggy from melting snow.
Late winter or early spring is the time when most trees are pruned. March is an ideal month for several reasons.
Invasive phragmites degrade wetlands and coastal areas.
All natural tick prevention products have no research data to support that they are effective.
Shallow surface watering discourages deep root development which is needed for healthy lawns.
When humidity levels are too high or there is a lack of air circulation, this can lead to a variety of diseases.
Mushrooms are an indication that your yard has a lot of organic material in the soil.
Late August and early September are prime times for core aeration of your lawn.
Your trees, shrubs and ornamentals are hungry too! Fall/early winter is the best time to feed established plants.
A fertilizer and lime application at the end of the season is one of the most important applications of the year.
Keep your lawn clean all winter to prevent the grass from suffocating under matted leaves.