Trimming, Watering, and Beyond

Aubrey Price

Tips For More Effectively Trimming Walnut Trees

Walnut trees are beautiful and stately, and as an added bonus, they provide you with delicious nuts to eat every summer. However, these trees can be a little picky and demanding when it comes to care. In particular, when you trim your walnut trees, there are a couple of tips you should follow to ensure a good nut harvest and a healthy tree in general. 1. Trim before a

Utilize Tree Removal To Eliminate Weather-Related Issues

When you look at the trees throughout your landscape, you may find that most of them benefit your family and property in several ways. But, you may also know that one or two trees in your front yard or backyard cause enough of a problem that you have considered removing them. Although you may find it a little difficult to follow through with removal for healthy trees,

Mosquito Control Tips For Homeowners

Mosquitoes can be a regular nuisance in many areas, but homeowners may often fail to realize that there are some active steps that they can utilize in order to drastically reduce the prevalence of mosquitoes on their property. Eliminate Standing Water Mosquitoes will prefer to live in an area that has a source of standing water in the vicinity. These pests will rely o

Tree Spraying Basics Of Insect Infestations

Insects can kill a tree if you don't take steps to counteract the problem. Tree spraying can be an effective means for controlling pest problems, as long as it is done correctly. Know the Problem You can't spray for pests until you know what type of pest is harming your tree. Although so-called "broad spectrum" sprays are out there, they will destroy the beneficial in

3 Things You Need To Do To Eliminate Ticks Around Your Home

Are your dogs constantly bringing in ticks from outside? Do you use flea and tick medicine on your dogs but it feels like the ticks don't get the message? Although flea and tick medicine is very good at killing off fleas or ticks that do happen to come into contact with your dog, the results are not instantaneous. It can take several days for a tick to die, depending