FALL IS HERE!
Stay on top of lawn care through the fall, and don't forget tick and mosquito control and pest/disease management to keep plants and trees healthy.
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Complete Organic Care For Your Landscape
Serving Central New Jersey and Bucks County, PA
Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset & Union Counties in NJ - Bucks County in PA
We believe that there's a better way to care for trees, lawns and shrubs than traditional chemical methods.
Organic Lawn, Tree & Shrub Care Resources
Keeping you up-to-date on organic lawn and tree care issues in central NJ and eastern PA.
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
Spring Tick Control
You may have heard us say that effective deer tick control starts early in the Spring, before ticks can multiply and infest your property…. This past Sunday after a nice day playing lawn bocci with extended family, we’re sitting at the dinner table and they point out a small nymph deer tick crawling up my…
Update on Emerald Ash Borer in NJ (2013)
Emerald Ash Borer Update: October 2013 Please see our 2016 Update for up-to-date information on the spread of Emerald Ash Borer in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. This invasive insect is threatening the extinction of Ash trees in states and areas that it has moved into. Prior to June 2002, it had never been found in North…
Lace Bugs: Identification, Damage & Treatment
Lace Bug Damage We’re seeing heavy infestations of Lace Bug populations (not to be confused with “lace wings” which are beneficial predators) on Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Andromeda, Cotoneaster and other shrubs and trees on numerous properties that don’t have Integrated Pest Management programs in place. There are a variety of lace bugs, each with a preference…