Keeping Pests Out Of Your Garden Without Chemicals

Having a garden that you look after consistently can be a great hobby. Not only is it relaxing and peaceful, but it can actually provide useful resources, like beautiful flowers, fresh herbs and bright fruits and vegetables that you can cook up for dinner. As a gardener, you need to be smart. Making sure you’re watering and fertilizing your garden the right amount is important. Just as important is keeping pests out of your garden. Pests belong outside, if anywhere, but when they infiltrate your garden, they can do irreversible damage to your plants. Here are some tips for keeping pests away from your yard and garden.

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How to Keep Insects From Infesting Your Garden

As you may have noticed, our web URL isn’t completely our own – we share it with our sister company, San Joaquin Pest Control. We’ve worked alongside them for years, and can definitely vouch for their professionalism and dedication. So if you’ve got problems with cockroaches, ants, rodents, termites or any other household critters, they’ve got our vote of confidence.

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Do Pests Prefer Warm Weather?

What comes to mind when you think about warm weather? Things like summertime, swimming, and outside barbecues? These are just a few of the things you can enjoy outside once the warm weather arrives. But, the warm weather also seems to bring along an increase in pest activity. Do pest prefer warm weather or do we simply notice them more because we are spending more time outdoors?

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What Do I Do If I Think My Tree is Diseased?

Throughout my life, a dying tree has always made me quite sad. Even before I was in the landscaping business, spotting a dead tree would make me feel melancholy. Here we have this beautiful, grand, large tree, like a 50-year-old Oak or massive Maple, and it’s being killed from the inside because of pests or fungus. What a waste.

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What is the Best Aeration Treatment?

When I first heard the term aeration, I thought someone was playing a joke on me. It’s one of those names that’s just a little too “on the nose.” Essentially, aeration involves giving the soil and roots some extra air – do you see how the name seems kind of silly now? We just took the word air and added “–ation” to it. Real original.

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