Beech leaf disease, a relatively new pest in our area, has started to be seen in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Dr. Heather Faubert, Director of the University of Rhode Island Plant Health Clinic first saw this disease pop up in Ashaway, RI.
SeaScape’s Dr. Jim Wilkinson, Owner of SeaScape, Inc., joined The Rhode Show on WPRI 12 to discuss the most important things people can be doing for their lawn this spring.
Do you need to water? What about dethatching? Here’s what you need to know about the first application of the season.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals recently featured an article about SeaScape and its commitment to sustainability.
They crunched the numbers and determined SeaScape just made sense.
While not open to the public, the new office will serve as a staging area for SeaScape’s technicians, making it easier for the family-owned lawn care company to service customers in the East Bay and Southeastern Massachusetts.