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Lawn Care

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.

Halloween Decoration Ideas
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Halloween Decoration Ideas

Halloween is just around the corner and it seems that more and more people are getting into the spirit by decorating outside their homes. From graveyard scenes in the yard to skeleton dancers to homemade haunted houses

Weed Control
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Weed Control

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 products.

Lawn Care Tip: Sod over Seed
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Lawn Care Tip: Sod over Seed

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.

West Nile Virus is Here!
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West Nile Virus is Here!

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:

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Lawn Care – March

This time of year its good to get a nice slow release granular or liquid fertilizer application down now along with a crabgrass preventer. Broadleaf weeds should be taken care of now and throughout the year also. With all the acid rain our state gets it wouldn't be a bad idea to lime the lawn now, of course a soil test will let you know exactly what your lawn needs. Core aeration will help wake up the lawn and improve water take up and help control thatch. With such warm weather now is a great time to do perimeter pest control to keep the pests outside where they belong.

Ashes In Compost
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Ashes In Compost

A common question about composting is “Should I put ashes in my garden?” You may wonder if ashes in the garden will help or hurt and if you use wood or charcoal ashes in the garden, how it will affect your garden. Keep reading to understand more about wood ash uses in the garden and in compost.

Tree and Shrub
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Tree and Shrub

This program is designed to protect your valuable ornamental trees and shrubs from damaging insects, mites and scale pests by incorporating an integrated pest management approach to maximize control while minimizing pesticide usage.

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