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Good’s Tree and Lawn Care Educational Resources

Below you will find our latest Good’s Lawn and Tree Care Blog Posts. And, take a look at our Resources Page. We like to share relevant and timely lawn and tree care tips with our clients. If you have concerns we haven’t addressed, visit our Contact Page and let us know your questions.


Better Soil = Better Plants

Better Soil = Better Plants

The urban landscape has an earned reputation for poor soil quality. The standard development process involves stripping the original topsoil from the land; scraping, shaping, and compacting the subsoil during the building process; and top-dressing with a few inches of...

Lawn Fertilization Should be Left to the Experts

Lawn Fertilization Should be Left to the Experts

According to Penn State Agricultural Extension Service … fertilization does more to improve poor-quality turfgrass or maintain good quality turfgrass than any other management practice. Proper fertilization practices produce a dense, medium- to dark-green turf that...

Spotted Lanternfly Treatment-What You Can Do

Spotted Lanternfly Treatment-What You Can Do

The spotted lanternfly was accidentally introduced to the US from Asia in 2012 when egg casings were conveyed on imported stone. The larvae hatched that spring at a quarry business in Berks County. Although slow to establish, they have quickly spread to at least 26...

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