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Reusable Flag Program

What is our “Reusable Flag Program”? The Reusable Flag Program is one small way we are doing our part to keep our environment healthy and beautiful! Our flags are made of coroplast (which is...

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21 Inspiring Ideas For Your Yardcation

Stay safe, relax and enjoy your little piece of paradise this year! Your yard is the perfect place to escape to this summer and we have you covered with this list of 21 activities and ideas to...

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Referral Program

It’s beautiful outside and we want you to share the beauty with your family, friends & community while saving a little 'green'. Become a Green Drop GreenKeeper today. For every referral who...

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Dog Spots: How to fix & prevent?

Why do Dog Spots show up on my lawn? The yellow spots that develop after your dog urinates on your lawn are caused by the high concentration of nitrogen-containing compounds and associated salts...

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Common Lawn Weeds

It only takes one weed to ruin a beautiful lawn—but when is there ever just one? Green Drop lawn programs are designed to create happy, health turf. Simply put, a healthy lawn makes it difficult...

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Common Lawn Diseases

Common Lawn Diseases Most lawn diseases are caused by fungi that occur naturally, however only a few species of fungi actually cause disease symptoms. The vast majority are beneficial and...

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Grass Recycling

What is Grass Recycling? Grass recycling is the process of leaving grass clippings on your lawn, instead of removing them while mowing. Leaving clippings on the lawn will allow soil microorganisms...

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Safe For Kids & Pets

Watch our video about our Environmentally-Safe Lawn Care services. Safe for kids, pets, and the environment.

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SoilBooster™

Introducing SoilBooster™, only from Green Drop Soil is the foundation for every healthy lawn and garden. Green Drop’s new SoilBooster™ improves the quality of your soil so grass and plants will...

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does "season long" mean? Every Green Drop program includes season long fertilizer and broadleaf weed control. When you purchase a full program, you will receive a minimum of 5 visits. If you...

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Forest Tent Caterpillars and Your Trees and Shrubs

Are you seeing these on your trees or shrubs? Photo by Greg HumePhoto by Greg Hume You are likely seeing Forest Tent Caterpillars! What are Forest Tent Caterpillars? Forest tent caterpillars, a...

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Lawn Care Tips for Spring

It’s starting to get beautiful outside again! The temperature is rising, the sun is sticking around longer, and lawn care is quickly rising to the top of your mind. You’ve already started...

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Why Aeration?

Aeration is important to the health and maintenance of your lawn, and should be done annually. During the aeration process, cores are removed from your lawn and left on the surface. There are many...

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Proper Watering

Your grass gets thirsty, but do you know how and when to add water to your lawn? One of the most important things in maintaining a healthy landscape is to make sure you are watering properly. Your...

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Proper Mowing

Once you have had time to water in the application, feel free to lay down those stripes! Mowing your lawn properly will produce the happiest, healthiest lawn in town. Here are a few tips to help...

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Winter Burn or Evergreen Browning

Physiological problems in evergreen, or coniferous trees include a condition known as evergreen browning and it is caused by excessive water loss. In the late part of winter and early spring many...

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Why Topping Hurts Trees

Topping is perhaps the most harmful tree pruning practice known. Yet, despite more than 25 years of literature and seminars explaining its harmful effects, topping remains a common practice. What...

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Watering Trees

Watering Trees Manually, the ideal way to water trees is by soaker, or irrigation hose. Sprinklers and regular garden hoses are less efficient than soaker hoses but can be used. Use organic mulch...

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Top 10 Tree Myths

MYTH #1: When a tree is planted it should be securely staked to ensure the development of a stable root system and a strong trunk. Although it is sometimes necessary to stake trees to keep them...

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Maintaining a Newly Planted Tree

Watering A 50 mm (2”) diameter tree needs a minimum of 130 litres (30 gallons) of water per week. The best way to ensure that the water applied to the tree actually penetrates the root ball, is to...

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Frame Your Yard With Edging

You have good grass seed or sod in place, you've fertilized and watered, and you can crosscut like a golf course summer greens crew. So what's the one extra thing you can do to bump up the overall...

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How Firewood Damages Trees

Why is moving firewood such a bad idea? Tree-killing insects and diseases can lurk in firewood. These insects and diseases can't move far on their own, but when people move firewood they can jump...

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5 Ways to Upgrade Your Lawn

If you have been a homeowner for some time, then you have probably already given some serious thought to upgrading parts of your lawn at one point or another. After all, each of us likes to think...

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