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9 Ilene Ct, Suite 14 Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Phone: (908) 281-7888

Author Archives: Bob Windish

Organic Fertilizers

February 25, 2021 | Bob Windish

Throughout the past decade, there has been increased interest in customers wanting to learn about organic lawn care. Our experience with customers that contact us regarding organic treatments is they are more interested in reducing weed control, insect control, and disease control on their property, while the source of the fertilizer is less important. This...

Feed Your Seed

August 20, 2020 | Bob Windish

Every year countless homeowners evaluate their lawn and decide it is time to seed. They warn their lawn care technician in hopes of having them avoid the newly seeded areas. While it is important that the lawn care applicator/technician be aware of the newly planted seed, thinking the area needs to be avoided is a...

Mower Traffic Stress

July 13, 2020 | Bob Windish

I have walked countless properties with homeowners during service visits to their lawns, and one of the questions I’m asked frequently is, “If your company is taking care of my lawn, where are these bare spots coming from?” The question is often posed after we have strolled past several seemingly random bald patches of lawn...

Summer Lawn Care Mistakes

July 13, 2020 | Bob Windish

Maintaining a lawn can be difficult through the varying environmental and cultural factors we see here in New Jersey. For example, common mistakes with mowing and watering can greatly impact the health and appearance of your lawn. Below we have outlined some common mistakes homeowners make throughout the summer months and what can be done...

What Causes Lawn Disease?

June 25, 2020 | Bob Windish

Each year homeowners call about areas of their lawn turning brown or dying and want us to come evaluate the problem. There are several different things that could be causing the issue; however, disease is the most questioned and misunderstood diagnosis. What causes lawn disease? The environment is the biggest factor in why your lawn...

Nutsedge: Causes and How We Can Treat It

June 24, 2020 | Bob Windish

As a homeowner with a maintained lawn, you may have heard of something called Nutsedge. Sometimes referred to as “sedgegrass,” “nutgrass,” or “watergrass,” this undesirable plant that tends to grow in wet areas is troublesome to many home lawns. Also, nutsedge is not a grass or a broadleaf weed, it is in the sedge family....

Improper Watering Promotes Disease

June 3, 2020 | Bob Windish

Watering your lawn is one of the best things you can do during the summer months to keep it looking great. Unfortunately, many people don’t know that irrigating incorrectly can have negative effects on your turf’s appearance. Improper watering practices can play a major role when it comes to lawn diseases. This blog discusses proper...

Undesirable Turf Species

May 6, 2020 | Bob Windish

A weed is defined as a plant growing where it is not desired; this includes different turf varieties that are undesirable to a maintained lawn. Unfortunately, these “grassy weeds” are extremely difficult to control because most lawn care treatments can’t effectively target just one species of grass. In this blog we are going to discuss...

Benefits of a Healthy Landscape

May 6, 2020 | Bob Windish

In today’s fast paced and pressure packed society, many people spend a lot of their day indoors. As societal pressure and stress increase, we all need a place to relax and recoup. Spending time outdoors is a great option and why not begin in your own backyard. Do you have an outdoor space you can...

Benefits to Maintaining a Healthy Lawn

May 6, 2020 | Bob Windish

A healthy lawn is a key component to residential landscapes across our country. Beyond the pleasant appearance, a healthy lawn has other great benefits. Read below as we dive deeper into the benefits of maintaining a healthy lawn. Increases property value and curb appeal As you may have guessed, one of the largest benefits to...
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