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Nexgreen Lawn Tree and Perimeter Pest Services

NexGreen uses bio-nutrients that are safer for children, pets, and the environment, at the same cost or less than the other leading chemical lawn care services.

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Taking a holistic approach to your lawn care, NexGreen’s lawn services program combines minerals and natural products that deliver a beautiful, green, weed-free lawn. These organic, nutritional, lawn care products promote strong plant health by naturally increasing resistance to disease and insect damage through significant root and cell development.

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Busting the Top 3 Myths of Lawn Care Determining exactly what yours needs is an art in itself! Unfortunately, as a result, a lot of myths about good lawn care practices have become commonplace. We’re dispelling three of the top misconceptions and pointing you in the right direction so that you can make the best choices for your individual lawn. Myth Number 1: Lawn treatments are dangerous. When…

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There’s a lot to stay on top of when taking care of your lawn. You’ve got to mow, rake, water, shovel, cultivate, and all the other tasks involved in keeping your yard looking great. Putting in all that work and still seeing brown patches of grass is a definite disappointment, but as it turns out, they may not be your fault. Instead, persistent brown patches – especially those that recur during…

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There are many different brands and formulations of fertilizers for sale, but basically, they all contain the three same elements. These are: Nitrogen helps plants become colorful. As a component of chlorophyll, it plays a role in forming the structure of plants’ organelles. Phosphorus develops plants’ root systems. It is part of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which provides the energy needed for…

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Here’s NexGreen’s recommendations for what to plant in the fall. Grass You may believe that grass simply dies with the frost, but it often actually goes into a state of dormancy. Grass is highly resilient and capable of surviving under unfavorable climate conditions, including the cold of winter. You may have noticed that in spring you don’t need to plant an entire new lawn; your brown grass…

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Taking good care of your lawn in the months before it starts getting colder is the best way to ensure it stays healthy throughout the winter. Throughout the season, remember to periodically remove the leaves that have accumulated on your property. If left where they are, leaf piles can smother grass, seriously degrading your lawn’s health and beauty. And once snow starts falling, the additional…

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At NexGreen, we have worked hard to build a company based on the values of excellent service, environmentally-friendly solutions, and a thorough understanding of quality lawn care. Our top priorities have always been to provide lawn maintenance that’s safer, more effective and that exceed our client’s expectations. We’ve accomplished this through a combination of innovation, a dedication to…

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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 for our Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Ohio customers. NexGreen’s Mosquito Spray Service is: Effective Long-lasting Affordable Our program includes Property evaluation by one of our knowledgeable…

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At NexGreen, we are committed to conducting our business in a way that is safer for people and the planet, and we have some ideas for how you can help the environment, too! Professional Lawn Care: It’s About More Than the Lawn Aside from making your home look more beautiful, there is another significant reason to consider professional lawn care services: a healthy lawn helps the environment. Here…

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This is a troublesome spring diseases on Kentucky bluegrass (especially common bluegrasses), fescues and other lawn grasses. Some leaf spot can be found on most home lawns in the spring, but it normally does not cause significant damage to the lawn. This year due to the weather conditions leaf spot has occurred and now is progressing into the melting-out phase. Leaf spot is caused by several…

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Every lawn should be aerated each year due to compaction, which keeps water, air, and sunlight away and stifles the roots. Compaction can be caused by something as simple as mowing the lawn. Have you ever noticed how beautiful and lush golf courses are? They aerate their lawns three to four times a year because it’s so beneficial. Here are some visual signs that it’s time to schedule your aeration…

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Do you want to help keep them from setting up shop to begin with? It’s time to consider a perimeter pest control service. Perimeter pest control is applied to the exterior perimeter of your home to manage active pest populations throughout the season. Below are five benefits of perimeter pest control, all of which will help you to have a more enjoyable summer: Pests will stay out! Wondering how to…

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How To Treat Grubs Let’s start with the basics. What are grubs? Grubs are the small, white, c-shaped larvae of Japanese beetles, June beetles, and chafers (to name a few.) They live just underneath the lawn’s root system and feed on the roots of grass and plants. Grubs can cause significant damage because after feeding on grass roots, they change to pupae, which hatch into beetles. The beetles…

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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.

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So often, trees and shrubs are the focus of the landscaping surrounding our homes. In the Spring there’s new growth on tree and shrubs, they show new color, and their basic awakening can bring the appearance of your yard to bountiful life. How well your trees and shrubs look when they emerge from Winter’s harshness indicates a lot about their health. Check out these tips for improving health and…

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What are the benefits of lawn care? Aesthetics: A healthy, professionally cared-for lawn looks and feels beautiful. And depending on the type of care you choose, you’ll also be improving the overall health of your grass. A lawn care program that uses bio-nutrient supplements can help promote “turf to tip” healing for your yard, making you the envy of your neighbors. Time saver: Our lives are busy…

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Your lawn has some waking up to do from winter. And you’re in luck as NexGreen has answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the best mowing practices for a beautiful and healthy lawn all season long. When Should I Start Mowing? Wait until your lawn is mostly green again before you pull out the lawnmower for that first cut of the season. Give your lawnmower blade a good sharpening…

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What Is Snow Mold? It’s exactly what it sounds like – fungus. Snow mold appears in circular patterns all over the lawn and will continue to spread and enlarge as long as the grass is wet and cold. Despite its name, snow and/or melting snow doesn’t necessarily need to be present for this fungus to grow. Types of Snow Mold The are two different types of snow mold, both of which can damage your lawn…

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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 5.0 is too acidic for healthy lawn growth. A soil test can help you determine your soil’s pH. In most areas of the country the soil’s natural pH is determined by its makeup and the climate. For example, in the Mid-Atlantic soils are naturally more acidic…

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A beautiful lawn will not only make your house stand out in your neighborhood but it will also improve the overall look of your home. Here are five reasons why you should treat your lawn and help it thrive 1 Fertilizing – The soil in your lawn holds important nutrients that keep your lawn looking green and healthy. Over time, water can drain these nutrients out of the soil and leave your lawn…

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We’re here to give you some tips on how to protect your lawn, including ways on how to fix any damage that may have already happened. Below are six items for you to keep in mind while you’re caring for your lawn: Watering should be done bright and early in the morning. There is minimal evaporation due to the cooler temperatures outside which will leave your lawn looking and feeling hydrated…

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The northern edge of Ohio borders Lake Erie, and many streams and rivers of Ohio are part of the Lake Erie watershed and therefore the Great Lakes Basin. According to a survey of the Great Lakes Research Consortium, the most critical environmental issue for the Great Lakes is invasive species, and the second most critical issue is Nonpoint source pollution, a phrase for a category of pollution…

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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 Aboriculture (ISA) furthers the professional practice of arboriculture, the care and healthy maintenance of individual trees. When you see the ISA Certified Aborist credential, you can…

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When temperatures and weather patterns change and fungal spores are present in your lawn, a very quick, dramatic result can occur. Over-night, a seemingly healthy, vigorous lawn can develop spots, discolorations and significant damage. The most common diseases that affect lawns in the Midwest and East are leaf spot, dollar spot, brown patch, and patch disease. These diseases will affect northern…

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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 a simple nuisance, these pests frequently transmit infectious diseases, trigger allergic reactions among humans, and cause damage to your lawn and landscape plants. Usually, a homeowner’s first defense is a healthy…

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