Florida (Central and South) lawns maintenance and troubleshooting.
Work experience in Garden and Technical Sales (Ace Hardware and Lesco). L&O Spray Technican/Horticulturist/Tree permitting (Local Municipality). Commercial Landscape Maintenance (Condo complex and Shopping Mall)
Past member Florida Landscape Maintenance Association (Pinellas County).
On the 'Gardenweb' under the pseudonym "Ronalawn82"
CPO certified (L&O) Florida. Hons. Graduate: Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute (now Eastern Caribbean Institute of Agriculture and Forestry), Trinidad WI.
|David||07/26/16||10||10||10||Thanks for your advice, I now have .....|
The short answer to your first question is "NO". The long answer is "Yes if ..... a problem has been missed. This is likely to happen if there is not a rigorous, regular inspection of the landscape
Thank you for a very thought-provoking question. Let me say at the outset that I will attempt to answer your question from the Horticultural aspect - where plants are appreciated for their aesthetic
OK David, I will take you almost literally. Here are my thoughts. 1. Mother Nature seems to prefer a mixture of vegetation over a 'pure stand'. 2. A species of grass, sedge, shrub etc. might predominate
I have very little experience with hydro seeding; but it can be either a DIY undertaking or outsourced. Whatever the method, the first - absolutely first! - item on the agenda is to identify
1. By attending the classes, studying the text books and passing the examinations. 2. By following the set standards without exception where they exist; or setting the standards where they do