Turf has specific pH requirement for optimum growth, and as we say it at ELM, “if you start from the ground up, together, we can make informed decisions about your lawn management”. For this reason, it is important to do annual soil tests in order to get the data for a soil specific program for your commercial landscape to properly dial in your fertilization and liming.
With summer started, the hot and dry weather begins, and with it comes optimal conditions for crabgrass. As a commercial property manager, now is the time to work with your landscape services provider to insure the proper preventive and control applications take place. These preventive actions will preserve the quality of your turf and the curb appeal of your property.
Did you know you can save water, but also reduce costs by switching to smart irrigation controllers? In irrigation, water usage can be reduced by 20-33 percent by optimizing heads and switching to new smart controllers. By doing so, you can make the most quantifiable ROI with simple additions or eliminations to your current system. This system has built-in saving features that adjust to the weather conditions.
With temperatures rising, there is a wind of change coming to your property. It is time to walk through your commercial property, and call your landscape professional in order to assess winter’s impact. During this walkthrough, it is a great time to discuss site enhancements for the upcoming season.
Do you have multiple service providers for your landscape needs? Have you ever thought of the benefits of having a single-source provider? Well now it is the time to start thinking about the questions and finding answers to them.
The heat is on in the Westchester/ Fairfield county area.
It’s no secret that August is a time of 90+ degree temperatures and humidity. That combination not only stresses people, but turf as well.