SPRING IS HERE!
As temperatures start to warm up, it's time to get started on spring lawn and yard care! Now's the perfect time to control weeds and crabgrass, spray for ticks, prevent leaf-eating pests and treat for fungal disease on trees and shrubs.
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Plant Nutrients: Calcium & Boron
Profiling Essential Nutrients for Plant Health: Calcium & Boron A good analogy in the mineral world is that Calcium is the trucker, in that it moves all the other minerals, but Boron is the truck driver. A boron imbalance appears as if the truck has driven off the road.…
Beneficial Insects – The Hoverfly
Hoverflies are tremendous beneficial predators to attract into your landscape, as their larvae are voracious aphid-eating machines. They resemble a cross between a fly and a small yellow jacket at first glance. Besides their favorite snack, aphids, they provide excellent control ofscale, thrips, tiny mites and small caterpillars, like the cabbageworms that devour your broccoli…
Winter Injury to Trees and Shrubs
You only need to look outside to understand the types of winter injury that your trees and shrubs may be experiencing. Next snowfall, in addition to shoveling, remember to grab a broom too and sweep off heavy snow from your shrubs. For immediate release from TCIA Winter Stress on Trees and Shrubs Heavy snow and ice,…
Weed of the Week: Hairy Bittercress
Hairy Bittercress, (Cardamine hirsute), is a winter and summer annual that germinates from seed during cool moist conditions, like spring and fall. It is a prolific seed producer that explodes at the slightest touch, sending tiny seeds flying in all directions when the seedpods mature. Once established, it is VERY difficult to eradicate.
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?