Grubs – What Can They Do to Your Lawn?

Grubs – What Can They Do to Your Lawn?

Grubs, also known as White Grubs, are a juvenile stage of Japanese Beetles or May/June Beetles. During July, adult beetles lay eggs in the soil. Those eggs hatch at the end of summer. The grub stage then feeds on the roots of the lawn. The grubs feed on the lawn...
No Mow May: What Does this Mean for Your Lawn?

No Mow May: What Does this Mean for Your Lawn?

What is No Mow May?  No Mow May is an effort to increase pollinator food source in the early spring. Participating homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn during the month of May. This allows plants/weeds in the lawn to flower. Plants/weeds in the lawn are...
Dandelions: What Should You Know?

Dandelions: What Should You Know?

As the old adage goes, April showers bring May flowers. Blooming dandelions are a sure sign that spring is here. For some, dandelions are a welcome sign and a memory of childhood. For others, dandelions drive them crazy. Here is what you can do to help manage...
What Are The Crucial Spring Tree Services?

What Are The Crucial Spring Tree Services?

Spring fertilization encourages new growth and overall health. Fertilization can also help plants recover from winter damage. As the weather warms, diseases and insects also emerge and begin infecting trees and shrubs. Apple scab is a foliar disease on apple and crab...