At Natural Tree and Lawn Care, we navigate the science behind a flourishing lawn. In this four-part series, we will dissect the significance of nitrogen in lawns, a foundational element influencing the growth and vitality of your grass. The Element Nitrogen, denoted by the chemical symbol N, stands as a pivotal component in the landscape… View Article
Ticks and mosquitoes are not just a nuisance but can also pose serious health risks to humans and pets. That is why it’s important to take preventative measures and invest in tick and mosquito control applications. Here are some benefits of tick and mosquito control applications by Natural Tree and Lawn Care: Protects Your Family… View Article
Maintaining a lush and healthy lawn requires regular maintenance, including mowing. However, life can get busy, and it’s easy to fall behind on lawn care tasks. If you’ve missed mowing your lawn for a week or two, don’t panic. In this blog, we’ll explore what you can do to get your lawn back on track…. View Article
A well-maintained lawn is an essential part of a beautiful landscape. One of the most critical aspects of turf care is proper lawn mowing techniques. While it may seem simple enough, there are several lawn mowing best practices that homeowners should keep in mind to ensure their lawn stays healthy and vibrant. In this blog,… View Article
With the weather starting to warm we are fielding several calls asking the common question, “When is the first round of fertilizer and crabgrass control going to be applied?” and, “Are we too late for it to be effective?” We watch this very closely and monitor many different factors to anticipate and predict proper timing…. View Article
The Benefits of a Healthy Lawn: More Than Just Curb Appeal A healthy lawn not only enhances the curb appeal of your property but also provides several benefits that you may not be aware of. From improving air quality to reducing stress levels, a healthy lawn can have a significant impact on your overall well-being…. View Article
Understanding how tree and shrub diseases occur will help you monitor your ornamental plants with a keen eye. Tree and shrub disease can be caused by either physical and environmental conditions (abiotic) or pathogens like fungi and bacteria (biotic). Trees and shrubs are not all affected by diseases in the same way and diseases can… View Article
Bagworm (Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis) is native to North America. It is distributed throughout the eastern United States. Once only an occasional pest in Massachusetts, is becoming a regular problem in the ...