We’ve heard a lot about prevention these days. Want to prevent heart disease? Exercise and eat healthily. Cold and flu prevention? Take your vitamins, cover your coughs and sneezes, and get a flu shot. And those darn cavities? Prevent them by flossing and brushing daily. It might seem annoying to hear all of these prevention… Read more »
You take pride in having a healthy lawn. You regularly mow, fertilize, and manage weeds. So what’s the deal with mushrooms? Why do these pesky eyesores pop up throughout spring, and even into the summer season? Warm and Wet Conditions Mushrooms thrive in warm, wet weather. Let’s face it, Rochester can be pretty soggy –… Read more »
Are you itching to get outside and mow your lawn for the first time this year? We know a well maintained and mowed lawn limits weed growth and reduces the chances of disease. But before you rev up the lawnmower this spring, you need to make sure your lawn is really ready. Mowing Prep Work First,… Read more »
April is National Lawn Care Month! It should come as no surprise that both Arbor Day and Earth Day fall in April each year. Most people enlist lawn care services for aesthetic purposes or to increase their property’s value. But did you know a healthy lawn can help the environment, too? Healthy turf improves water… Read more »
At last, we are on the brink of spring! For most of us in Rochester and Western New York, we can quickly forget the snow and enjoy the warmer spring weather. But before you rev up the lawn mower, take a look around your yard. Chances are, it needs a good Spring Cleaning! Once the… Read more »
Think back to last fall. Did you notice any thin or bare spots in your lawn? Believe it or not, now is a great time to reseed those areas. You can do this through a process called frost seeding.
When the snow finally melts, many folks in Rochester and Western New York will discover that the trees and shrubs in their yards have been damaged by deer. You may have tried fencing, home remedies, or deer repellents to keep hungry deer away. Unfortunately, these tactics are not usually effective long-term. If the damage is… Read more »
Wishing for the snow to melt? Longing for warm sunshine on your face? Hoping the weather will turn so you can finally get out of the house? If you have Cabin Fever, you’re not alone! So many of us in the Northeast fall into this trap, wishing spring would come so we can enjoy our… Read more »