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Crabapple trees offer some of the first flowers we see in the spring, provide shade throughout the summer, and some varieties even offer brilliant fall color. Unfortunately, many of our crabapple trees are negatively affected by a fungal condition called apple scab.
Did your crabapple tree turn brown and drop its leaves suddenly mid-summer last year? If so, apple scab was likely the cause. The good news is that it can be managed with a foliar spray, or trunk injected fungicide - but these applications need to happen early spring, right as the buds are breaking.
To learn more about how to manage apple scab on your property, or for a quote, please contact your Landscape Care Representative.
Here are some fascinating ways in which nature positively impacts our physical and mental health, providing you with even more reasons to invest in your outdoor space.
You may think those wiggly worms in your soil are helping your garden, but not so fast. Some species of earthworms, such as the Jumping Worm, can negatively impact soil and plant health.
Landscaping is the most natural way to keep your home cool in the summer and warmer in the winter.