WINTER IS COMING!
As temperatures start to drop below freezing, don't forget to apply anti-desiccant treatments to broadleaf evergreens, apply deer repellent to valuable shrubs, and prune vulnerable trees before snow and ice arrive.
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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.
Why is My Tree Dying? What’s Killing My Tree?
New customers often want to know why their tree is dying – and the answer is often the same… You’ve probably seen many cases of a mulching technique called “mulch volcanoes”. You may have even done it yourself. But did you know that it could be the reason why your tree is dying?
Bats – Scary or Cute?
Bats may be the most misunderstood, under-loved and under-appreciated animals in the United States. But, as the main predator of night-flying insects (including mosquitoes!), they should really be a desirable and welcome addition to your property.
Why Tree Limbs Fall In Your Yard
Trees can develop improperly formed limbs because of disease, insect, injury or poor pruning practices. And, the growth patterns of certain tree species are just more inclined to do so. The following article, sent from the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) to its members, helps you understand why…
Control Lawn Weeds Organically: Core Aeration & Overseeding
Good fall lawn care sets your lawn up to be its healthiest next spring. Growing thick, dense grass is your best offense and defense in naturally crowding out and controlling weeds.
Green worm on tomato plant
Wondering what the green worm is on your tomato plant?…. Now’s the time to inspect your tomato plants closely for the presence of large green worms. You’ll likely see foliar feeding damage or frass (poop) on leaves before you actually see the horn worm since it camouflages itself well among the leaves and stems. If you do find…
Emerald Ash Borer Identified in New Jersey (2014)
A sad development for New Jersey’s trees…. Breaking news from the: NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0330 www.nj.gov/agriculture For Immediate Release: May 21, 2014 INVASIVE EMERALD ASH BORER DETECTED IN NEW JERSEY State Agencies Implement Action Plan