WINTER IS HERE!
With temperatures often below freezing, don't forget to apply anti-desiccant treatments to broadleaf evergreens. Other winter tasks include applying repellent to valuable shrubs to stop hungry deer from browsing and pruning vulnerable trees to protect them from snow and ice.
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Organic Lawn, Tree & Shrub Care Resources
Keeping you up-to-date on organic lawn and tree care issues in central NJ and eastern PA.
Are Your Trees Suffering From Summer Heat Stress?
During the summer, trees sometimes suffer from heat stress. In this article, we go over what exactly it is, how you can spot it, and how you can keep your trees healthy and stress-free throughout the worst of the summer heat.
Organic Control of Japanese Beetles & White Grubs in Your NJ Landscape
Do the leaves on your shrubs and trees look like lace? If so, they’ve probably been attacked by Japanese beetles. Are brown patches appearing in your lawn? It could be grubs – the immature form of Japanese beetles. Learn how to control both to minimize the damage safely, effectively and organically.
The Problem With Lawns in New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania
Beautiful, lush green lawns – what could be wrong with that? Learn why we have lawns, the problems with lawns and the reasons for those problems. How do you avoid the issues? Keep reading …
What Is Organic Lawn Care & How Does It Work?
What does “organic” mean when it comes to lawn care? Is organic lawn care better than conventional/synthetic lawn fertilization, weed control, and pest management? What does it really take to “do organic” properly? And why does it cost more?
In this article, we answer those questions about organic lawn service and more.
Protect Yourself From Over-Wintering Deer Ticks
Did you know that our cold winter temperatures here in New Jersey do NOT kill off the deer tick population? Many of them manage to survive over the winter and come back in the spring hungry and ready to start feeding.