Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start prepping your commercial landscaping for the warmer weather. Your landscaping is like an extension of your building and has a big impact on your company’s success.
But it can take a lot of time and effort to get your landscaping ready for the warmer months. That’s why it’s a good idea to start now while you’re ahead.
Assess the landscape and do some damage control
Before you can start planning what you’re going to do to give your landscaping a facelift for spring, it’s important to first repair any damage that’s been done by the winter weather.
Do a walkthrough of your property. Make sure there isn’t anything that’s been damaged or is hazardous to your consumers or tenants. Remove any debris you might find or fill in potholes.
Fertilize your plants
You might not be able to fertilize your plants and trees just yet if there’s still snow on the ground. But it’s still a good idea to get your fertilizer ready. Once the ground starts to thaw, you can apply fertilizer throughout your property.
Fertilizer helps your future plants and your established plants grow and bloom so your property looks great all spring, summer, and autumn long.
Have your bug and pest control ready to roll
Pests are never a good thing for your landscape and they can cause major damage to your plant life. To keep pests at bay, do some research to protect your landscape from insects before they can get to your plants in the spring.
Use geese pest control such as goose repellent pellets to help keep your bigger pests away from your yard, too. The pellets change the taste of your yard, which makes it unappealing to geese so they won’t want to come back.
Wondering how to keep geese out of your yard?
Many populations of Canada geese don’t migrate, but actually live year-round in one location. That means you don’t just have to worry about how to keep geese away during the spring but throughout the entire year.
Flight Control can help you get rid of geese without using harmful, inhumane methods. To learn more about how to get rid of Canadian geese on your property using our geese pest control, contact Flight Control today. ')}