The Common Sense Approach to Controlling Nuisance Pests

The Common Sense Approach to Controlling Nuisance Pests

Whatever variety your garden and landscape plants might be, they can become host to a diverse range of insect and mite pests under even the best of conditions. A very broad category of pests, nuisance pests include insects such as fleas, ticks, spiders, chiggers, earwigs, ants, slugs, snails, tent caterpillars, and centipedes. And more than […]

Summer Disease Update V2.0

Summer Disease Update V2.0

With the unusual amount of rainfall and hot, humid conditions, many lawns are experiencing disease problems. Turf diseases usually are a result of changing environmental conditions and can affect even very healthy lawns. When temperatures and weather patterns change and fungal spores are present in your lawn, a very quick, dramatic result can occur. Over-night, […]

Springtime Care of Trees and Shrubs

You and your neighbors probably pay a lot of attention to the maintenance necessary for a healthy and attractive lawn, but remember that those larger plants in your landscape need attention as well. So often, trees and shrubs are the focus of the landscaping surrounding our homes. In the Spring there’s new growth on tree […]

Spring is the Time to Check Soil pH

Your lawn requires proper soil acidity or alkalinity to grow its best. The degree of acidity or alkalinity of soil is measured as soil pH. Most lawn grasses prefer a slightly acid soil between a pH of 5.5 and 6.5. An alkaline soil has a soil pH above 7.0, while a soil pH less than […]

Simple Ways You Can Help the Environment

While it certainly took its time getting here this year, spring weather has finally arrived. This is the time of year when we get back outdoors and start cleaning up our outdoor spaces. In fact, there is a general heightened focus on the environment, with Arbor Day, Earth Day, and World Environment Day all celebrated […]

How to Prevent Snow Mold Like a Pro

There is so much to look forward to in the spring – warmer weather, the smell of spring flowers in the air and bringing your dormant, lackluster lawn back to green life after being buried under a blanket of snow. But as the snow melts, in addition to some little surprises left by your dog, […]

NexGreen’s Best Tips on What to Plant in the Fall

We tend to think of fall as the harvest season, but it’s an opportune time for planting, too. Including a few choice species in your lawn and garden as part of your game plan to prepare for winter will help ensure that your entire yard stays as healthy as possible throughout the cold. Here’s NexGreen’s […]

NexGreen Tech Receives International Society of Arboriculture Certification

Congratulations to Alan Gribler, NexGreen technician, for receiving the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Aborist credential. To get this certification, Alan achieved an exceptional level of knowledge in the art and science of tree care through experience and by passing a comprehensive examination on tree care. The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) furthers the […]

NexGreen Supports Local School and Arthur James Hospital

NexGreen Supports Local School and Arthur James Hospital During the month of April – our busiest for new customer sign-ups – NexGreen will be sharing a portion of our proceeds in support of the James Cancer Research Hospital. Watch the video of Bill Hoke interviewing Sabrina Freshly about her school’s involvement and NexGreen’s commitment.

NexGreen Can Now Get Rid of Your Mosquitoes

It took its time, but the warmer weather is finally here. That means more time outside relaxing in your yard with family, friends and neighbors. This also means it’s about time to start fighting off mosquitoes, everyone’s least favorite party crashers. That’s why NexGreen is excited to announce that we now offer mosquito spray service […]