Why Dormant/Horticultural Oil is Apart of Our Tree and Shrub Care Program

Why Dormant/Horticultural Oil is Apart of Our Tree and Shrub Care Program

Posted on: December 21, 2020

Your yard doesn’t have to look dull and boring in the winter. You can boost your curb appeal in the winter by these various colorful plants and shrubs that stand out against the winter landscape.

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Importance of Year Round Fertilization

Importance of Year Round Fertilization

Posted on: November 23, 2020

Importance of Fertilization Lawn care is a science and proper Fertilization by the experts at Pine Valley Turf is vital for a healthy lawn throughout the year. Many believe that as winter comes, there isn’t much that can be done on the lawn. When temperatures cool significantly, there is not much top growth. However, this […]

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A Guide to Proper Fall Shrub and Bush Care

A Guide to Proper Fall Shrub and Bush Care

Posted on: October 26, 2020

Fall is the best time to prune your ornamentals and maintain their shape. It’s important to prune away dead or diseased branches, ugly or low hanging branches, and competing branches. If you need help with tree and shrub care call the professionals at Pine Valley Turf.

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Give Your North Carolina Lawn a Boost With Core Aeration

Give Your North Carolina Lawn a Boost With Core Aeration

Posted on: September 29, 2020

Excess use over the summer along with summer heat and drought can cause compacted soil on even the most well-maintained lawns. Learn how core aeration can help your lawn.

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Ways to Prevent Brown Patch from Destroying Your North Carolina Lawn

Ways to Prevent Brown Patch from Destroying Your North Carolina Lawn

Posted on: August 24, 2020

Prevent brown patch from taking over your North Carolina lawn this summer with a proper and adequate irrigation schedule, aeration, and overseeding performed by the experts at Pine Valley Turf.

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Best Methods for At-Home Exterior Pest Control

Best Methods for At-Home Exterior Pest Control

Posted on: July 27, 2020

Wherever you can find warm weather, unfortunately, exterior pests come along with it. Everyone enjoys the sunshine, even mosquitoes, and grubs, which is why they show up around this time. Exterior pests like these thrive during the warmer weather, but sadly, this also means that they invade the outdoor space around your home.  Mosquitoes, grub, […]

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Summertime Lawn Care to Keep You and Your Turf Happy

Summertime Lawn Care to Keep You and Your Turf Happy

Posted on: June 25, 2020

The summer can bring you and your family many joys, from amusement parks to travel plans, but if you are staying home for the summer, you’re going to want to be comfortable and enjoy your outdoor activities and space. When there are things about your lawn that are hindering your time outside and mosquitoes have […]

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Have Pests? Identify, Evaluate, Take Action by calling experts at Pine Valley Turf

Have Pests? Identify, Evaluate, Take Action by calling experts at Pine Valley Turf

Posted on: May 20, 2020

Charlotte is a beautiful, warm place to live that comes with one great hindrance: the need for year-round insect control! While you might love living in North Carolina, chances are you hate the pests that come with it. It’s not feasible to stay inside to avoid pests, so you have to make sure they are […]

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4 Reasons to Add Mulch to Your Landscaping This Spring

4 Reasons to Add Mulch to Your Landscaping This Spring

Posted on: April 27, 2020

Protecting your lawn and landscaping is a tough job that lasts all year long. One of the easiest and most beautiful ways to give your landscaping a bit of extra protection is by adding mulch. Not only is mulch a beautiful addition to any lawn, it’s also incredibly beneficial. Here are four of the best […]

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Top 3 Spring Tree Care Tips for Healthy North Carolina Trees

Top 3 Spring Tree Care Tips for Healthy North Carolina Trees

Posted on: March 31, 2020

Are you worried about how your trees or shrubs will rebloom in the spring? Most people don’t really know that they are capable of caring for their trees in a more substantial way than they currently are.

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