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Facilities Maintenance, Safety and Surviving the Snow

From Falling Leaves to Football: Facility Maintenance in Autumn

Proper care for your facility's turf and fields during the fall is both important in itself and is a major key to having your grounds successfully survive the winter. To ensure your grounds will be healthy and attractive the following spring, you will need to minimize the harm that wintertime...

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Tree and Landscaping Precautions to Take Before Winter

Your facility trees and carefully manicured landscaping enter the "danger zone" with every approaching winter season. Unless you take the proper precautions, and in a timely manner, you run the risk of losing the money you have already invested, spending more than you should on "post-winter recovery," and allowing your...

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Prevent the Effects of Snow and Ice on your Facility’s Turf and Trees

Your facility's turf, trees, and greenery serve to make it attractive and to prevent excessive mud and erosion, but "winterkill" is notorious for turning beautiful landscaping into a veritable "death zone." Learning how to care for your turf and trees during winter can help protect them from such unsightly damage....

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  • Tree and Landscaping Hazards Caused by Snow and Ice
  • Abigail Stock
  • LandscapingWinter Safety

Tree and Landscaping Hazards Caused by Snow and Ice

Trees, shrubs, plants, turf, and other landscaping elements at commercial/industrial facilities routinely "take a beating" every winter as prolonged snow and ice cover, dry, dehydrating winds, and relentless freeze-thaw cycles lead to "winter kill." But beyond the loss on your landscaping investment, extra "lawn rehabilitation" costs come spring, and a...

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