What Is IPM

Integrated Pest Management is essentially common-sense pest control. IPM is not a new concept some forms of it have been practiced for centuries. IPM involves the carefully managed use of three different pest control tactics biological, cultural, and chemical to get the best long-term results with the least disruption of the environment. Biological control means using natural enemies of the pest, like lady bugs to control aphids. Cultural or horticultural control in volves the use of gardening...

Healthy Lawn Healths

Caring for Your Lawn in an Environmentally Friendly Way Picture a healthy green lawn perfect for lounging, great for ball games and cookouts, a real asset to your home. But did you know that your lawn and how you take care of it can also help the environment Healthy grass provides feeding ground for birds, who find it a rich source of insects, worms, and other food. Thick grass prevents soil erosion, filters contaminants from rainwater, and absorbs many types of airborne pollutants, like dust...