Landscape 101

WHAT IS BACTERIAL LEAF BLIGHT?

Bacteria are normally present on plant surfaces and will only cause problems when conditions are favorable for their growth and multiplication. Many foliage plants are susceptible to bacterial diseases, typically during gloomy winter months. Bacterial diseases are most prevalent on foliage plants during the winter months because that is when light intensity and duration are …

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OVERSEEDING

Is your turf composed of one of the warm-season grasses, such as Bermuda grass, Buffalo grass, Kikuya grass, Zoysia or St. Augustine grass? Since such grasses go dormant in cool weather, homeowners are faced with the prospect of enduring unappealing brown turf during the winter. Fortunately, an alternative exists. It is known as “overseeding lawns.” …

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LABOR BASED CONTRACTS VS. PERFORMANCE BASED CONTRACTS

Labor-Based Contracts versus Performance Based Contracts will always be different based on the community, landscape needs, and contract details. You may wonder how our labor force is derived. In the 1980s, the common way of managing landscapes was what’s called a “labor based contract”. It basically meant instead of being landscapers, we were labor brokers. …

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Sprucing Up for Spring with Pacific Green Landscape, Inc.

Spring landscape maintenance techniques your landscape maintenance provider should be executing during spring months, in order to prep for summer. Spring is a great time to get outside and enjoy our wonderful San Diego weather. Having a well maintained landscape and common area makes being outside even more pleasurable and adds value to your property. …

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