Ahhh…. the dog days of summer are here and soon the leaves on the trees will be turning beautiful shades of yellow, orange and red. For those of us in
July has been designated as “Smart Irrigation Month” because July is the month when our water utilities experience peak demand. As our nation’s water suppliers struggle to fulfill the summer
Written by Arborjet’s Turf, Ornamental, and Golf Specialist, Kevin Lewis Turfgrasses play a larger role in everyday life than many people realize. “I asked the waiter, ‘Is this milk fresh?’ He said.
Oak Wilt is a devastating vascular wilt disease that commonly affects all oaks, but most commonly species in the red oak family. It spreads rapidly through the tree’s vascular system
July is traditionally the month of peak demand for outdoor water use. Warm temperatures, little rainfall, and water restrictions make it difficult to keep plants from entering drought stress. However,
Written by Arborjet’s Turf, Ornamental, and Golf Specialist, Kevin Lewis From increases in water cost and restrictions to societal pressures to conserve water and labor shortages, managing turfgrass moisture is a significant
Japanese beetles hatch early in the summer, typically around July 4th, leaving most of the season for them to cause plant damage to forests, farms, flowers, ornamental trees, and shrubs.
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Hurricane season officially begins today, and we’ve already experienced the impacts of subtropical storm Alberto. Each year, the kickoff to hurricane season brings with it a number of recommendations, from
As temperatures begin to rise across the country and spike even higher in traditionally warm areas, protecting drought-stressed trees should take precedence in your recommended treatment plan. Trees suffering from