Maintaining The Landscaping Of A Dog Park

If you are in charge of starting a dog park within your town's park area, there are several landscaping and recreational additions you can do to the parcel of land to keep it in great shape for your neighborhood's four-legged friends. Here are a few ways you can maintain a new dog park, helping to increase the number of people who utilize the park for recreational use as a result. Keep It Lush Dogs enjoy being able to run around and prefer an area with plenty of green grass to do so. [Read More]

2 Tips For Caring For Your Lawn

Caring for your lawn is an important part of homeownership. Many people look forward to working in their lawn, especially if the lawn is thriving and doing well. However, if the lawn doesn't look good and is dying, it can be frustrating. You may not know what you are doing wrong and why your lawn doesn't look good. Here are a couple common mistakes that homeowners make with their yards and what you can do to avoid them. [Read More]

Apple Scab: How To Spot It, And What To Do About It

Apple scab is a highly destructive fungal infection that can render an entire apple crop inedible if you do not spot and treat it promptly. If you have one or more apple trees on your property, it's important that you watch out for signs of this condition, and act quickly if you suspect an infection. Signs of Apple Scab Usually, the first signs of an apple scab infection appear in the early spring around the time the tree blooms. [Read More]

3 Excellent Reasons For Hiring A Tree Removal Professional

Although no one likes the idea of having to remove a living tree, there are times when doing so is in the best interests of the property owner, other household residents,neighbors, and nearby plant and animal life. When a tree needs to be removed, it's often best to call a professional rather than try to do the job yourself -- particularly if it's an established tree. You might be able to successfully remove a young sapling by yourself or even chop down a healthy tree, but you should leave the following three situations to professionals, such as Mead Tree & Turf Care Inc. [Read More]