Brace Yourself: The Truth About Tree Stability

There are many features that go into the livelihood of tree species in our landscaping.  They must have adequate soil, a supply of oxygen and nutrients, consistent pruning, and water to grow effectively.  There is no guarantee when it comes to a tree’s survival rate,...

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No, Deer

In any successful marriage, the phrase “yes, Dear” will become prominent. However, when it comes to the marriage between the health of your landscaping and the common whitetail deer, we must resoundingly say “no, deer.” While the vision of a herd in your backyard can...

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A Bite about Beneficial Bugs

In the summer on the East Coast, it’s no secret that there are a plethora of bugs flying about and landing on nearly everything.  Many bugs that frequent our plant life aren’t the best possible visitors for the plants’ livelihood, but standard pesticides aren’t...

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Spring Lawn Care Myths You Probably Believe

Now that winter has wound down and spring is finally here, it’s time to think about landscaping. When it comes to lawn care, there’s no shortage of wrong information. We have heard (and seen) it all when it comes to lawns and we feel it is our duty to impart some of...

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Your Top Spring Landscaping Questions Answered

The weather is warming up and soon our landscapes will be in full bloom. Good’s has compiled the most frequently asked spring landscaping questions to help keep your landscape looking great this spring. Do I need to water my lawn in the early spring? The short answer...

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The What’s What of Emerald Ash Borers

The striking emerald shimmer of these beetles makes them appear as jewels amongst the dull gray bark of the Ash tree, however their beauty is deceitful. These shiny gems have been responsible for the destruction of tens of millions of trees across 26 states within the...

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Do I really need an Early Lawn Spring Application?

Winter is gone (we hope). Good’s Tree and Lawn Care has spent the winter season preparing for spring.  The trucks are ready, turf machines are serviced and our products have arrived. Your technician is well rested and it’s time to get to work on your lawn. This...

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Is Snow Mold a Problem?

This sun is shining warmer, the snow is melting and the air is warming for spring. It’s time to walk your lawn and take a look at what Old Man Winter has done to your lawn. The most noticeable issue may be damage from snow mold.  Damage will be large, circular, matted...

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