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Spring is here! If you are looking for early spring lawn care tips, here are four of the most important tips to get your lawn ready for spring: 1.  Spring Lawn Preparation: Clear Winter Remains It is the beginning of...
August is a month for vacations, barbecues, and trips to the beach.But, for your lawn, August is no picnic. With temperatures hanging in the 80’s, severe drought stress can take out your lawn in as little as 4 weeks. When...
They are out and looking for food! Spiders are abundant in the Northwest, and they aren’t picky where they show up! With our Spider treatments we spray the exterior perimeter of the home and surrounding buildings where spiders like to lay. For...
July is the month when summer usually shows up in the Pacific Northwest. Warm days and nights refresh the body and soul. How quickly we forget the gray when it finally is replaced by blue. Hot dry weather can burn...
One of the big questions that pops up this time of year is, "How much should i be watering".  We are getting to the point where mother nature will not provide enough rain to keep your trees, shrubs and lawn healthy....
The season is upon us were some of your plantings may look a little chewed up or discolored.  There are two major pests that are out and about reeking havoc on your rhododendrons, azaleas, salal, Davideye, and other viburnum species.  Root Weevils and Lace...
Western Tent Caterpillars are back in the Puget Sound.  Tent Cats can do extensive damage to most deciduous trees when there numbers are up.  Their favorite trees are alder, willow, cottonwood, and many other types of broad-leaved ornamental and orchard...
Winter is a great time to apply Lime to your lawn. In the Pacific Northwest lime is a essential treatment for your lawn to help neutralize the Ph in the soil. We have very acidic soil here and that can...
Moss rarely grows in a healthy lawn. There are many conditions that may make your lawn more susceptible to moss. Simple moss control applications can vary in their effectiveness when trying to killing moss or controlling moss. You must remember...
CBT has become quite the nuisance in the North West. It made its appearance in tortix mothRichmond BC in 1989 and was seen in Washington as early as 1991. A 1996 survey of randomly selected cherry trees in Bellingham, showed...
European Crane Fly The European crane fly, tipula paludosa, is a species not native to the United States. It is an introduced species that feeds on grass roots and can be a pest in turf. Other crane fly species are...
If you love weeds then this is not the article for you! For those who want to save there back and knees then listen up! Fall is approaching and we are preparing for our fall weed control applications for shrub beds...
The Northwest is no stranger to moss. Moss pretty much grows on everything around here and your roof is no exception. So protecting your roof is imperative, because moss and algae can add stress to your roof and shorten the...
The season is upon us were some of your plantings may look a little chewed up or discolored.  There are two major pests that are out and about reeking havoc on your rhododendrons, azaleas, salal, Davideye, and other viburnum species.  Root Weevils and Lace...
One of the big questions that pops up this time of year is, "How much should i be watering".  We are getting to the point where mother nature will not provide enough rain to keep your trees, shrubs and lawn healthy....
Apple and Pear growers beware!  Its is time to begin treatment for your Fruit trees.  These 2 can be a real menace to your crop.  Codling moth is usually present first they will lay eggs on the fruit or on a...
Moss rarely grows in a healthy lawn.  There are many conditions that may make your lawn more susceptible to moss.  Simple moss control applications can vary in their effectiveness when trying to killing moss or controlling moss.  You must remember...
  Aeration is the process of mechanically removing small plugs of thatch and soil from the lawn to improve natural soil aeration. This is done to create a healthier lawn. These plugs allow water and air to better reach the...
For those who want to save there back and knees then listen up. Spring is approching and we are preparing for our Spring weed control applications for shrub beds and planting areas. Days are getting longer and those over wintering weed seeds will be...
Western Washington lawns might be seeing an increase in Snow Mold cases.  Lawns that looked great last fall are now starting to look pretty ugly!  Snow Mold lawn disease can affect most all types of grasses that must endure a...
Winter is a great time to apply Lime to your lawn. In the Pacific Northwest lime is a essential treatment for your lawn to help neutralize the Ph in the soil. We have very acidic soil here and that can really effect how your...
European Crane Fly The European crane fly, tipula paludosa, is a species not native to the United States. It is an introduced species that feeds on grass roots and can be a pest in turf. Other crane fly species are...
Bronze birch borers are known to attack all native and introduced birch species, although birch susceptibility varies. Many varieties of birch species as well as numerous crosses between species are currently planted as ornamentals in North America. Although some varieties...
Moss rarely grows in a healthy lawn.  There are many conditions that may make your lawn more susceptible to moss.  Simple moss control applications can vary in their effectiveness when trying to killing moss or controlling moss.  You must remember...
CBT has become quite the nuisance in the North West. It made its appearance in Richmond BC in 1989 and was seen in Washington as early as 1991. A 1996 survey of randomly selected cherry trees in Bellingham, showed 75-80%...
Core aerator
Aeration is the process of mechanically removing small plugs of thatch and soil from the lawn to improve natural soil aeration. This is done to create a healthier lawn by removing soil plugs. These plugs allow water and air to...
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If you love weeds then this is not the article for you! For those who want to save there back and knees then listen up.  Fall is approching and we are preparing for our fall weed control applications for shrub...
They are out and looking for a home! Spiders are abundant in the Northwest, and they aren’t choosey where they show up! With our Spider treatments we spray the exterior perimeter of the home and surrounding buildings where spiders like...
Summer is best time to treat your roofs for moss control. Whether you have tones of moss or just traces now is the time to treat them. Our spray will dehydrate and kill the moss and we will guarantee it...
Western Tent Caterpillars are back in the Puget Sound.  Tent Cats can do extensive damage to most deciduous trees when there numbers are up.  Their favorite trees are alder, willow, cottonwood, and many other types of broad-leaved ornamental and orchard...
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