A Roundup of Three Tree Diseases

A Roundup of Three Tree Diseases

As one of our fair presidents, Franklin D. Roosevelt, once said, “Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.” We are blessed to have a climate that sustains the growth of a variety of beautiful trees. However, our...
A Tiny Pest, a Big Problem

A Tiny Pest, a Big Problem

Typically only a fraction of a centimeter in size, plant mites are a small pest that go largely undetected. They are hard to see with the naked eye and they attack a variety of plants including common landscape, garden, and even indoor plants. Mites feed on the...
The What’s What of Emerald Ash Borers

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...
Do I really need an Early Lawn Spring Application?

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...
Is Snow Mold a Problem?

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...