Warmer temperatures bring out insects and ticks are no exception. With the mild winter we just had, ticks remained active all year. As a result, experts are anticipating a higher-than-normal tick population this spring and summer.
Dr. Jim Wilkinson, president of Seascape Lawn Care, appeared on WJAR’s Studio 10 and shared with host Rosie Woods some tips on lawn care for the coming season and some ways to help protect your lawn in case of another drought.
With extreme drought, your lawn took a beating last summer. Let SeaScape help you get it back into shape.
If the thought of braving the cold with a pair of shears chills you to the bone, not to worry. TreeSolutions by SeaScape offers ornamental tree and shrub pruning to our Rhode Island customers.
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Despite some recent rain, many lawns are under some drought stress. There are ways to protect your investment.