Our most popular program, the Lawn Care Program, includes a 7 step "weed & feed" type of service that will help thicken your lawn without over applying pesticides.
Spring hasn't sprung just yet, but it will be here before we know it. It may seem early, but there are simple lawn care practices you could start doing now for warm days ahead. Making sure to follow these steps now, will make it much easier on your lawn once Spring is in full bloom.
Right now we are in the midst of the dead of Winter. That doesn’t mean you should stop thinking about your lawn maintenance. Planning now for Spring will ensure your lawn looks great throughout the summer, fall and into next winter. Let’s take a look at some tips for keeping your lawn green this year.
Choosing to take care of your yard without toxic pesticides or chemical fertilizers is a step that can help improve your lawn considerably. It can help make your yard more lush and green for the year and stand out compared to other lawns. While it may take some extra care to stick to the organic way, it is better for your lawns health to switch to this form of lawn care.
Your neighbor down the street just redid their home garden and you cant help but be envious. Everything looks so green, lively, and perfect. You know the next step is for you to make your garden even better, but with a busy schedule, you just don’t have the time for the tedious upkeep. Luckily, many lawn care services in Scranton are prepared to help.
This is the 16th year that Grasshopper Lawns Inc. has participated in Renewal and Remembrance. Michael Kravitsky IV and Shawn Kravitsky and their respective families were in charge of liming over 23 acres in Arlington National Cemetery.
Choosing whether to sod or seed your landscape can be a tough decision. But as with any decision, you should definitely be well-informed as to the benefits of each choice. Sod is a popular choice because of its convenience; however there are other aspects to consider.
Using Eggshells In Soil, Compost And As Pest Control
In a statement on Thursday, DuPont said it is in talks with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on "the most effective way to implement our recommendation of a voluntary suspension of sale of DuPont Imprelis herbicide, and a product return and refund program."
I was thinking of doing a West Nile Virus blog but thought it may be just a little early to be thinking of mosquitoes. But I decided to look around to find some “be prepared” tips for the warmer weather. I was shocked when I saw the map on Pennsylvania’s official West Nile Virus website with a county in red, which indicates a positive West Nile virus detection because this is MARCH! Then I found the March 29, 2012 press release: