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How Property Managers can Battle Weeds in Apartment Landscapes

The wetter-than-normal fall and winter in some parts of the country has been quite a relief for landscapes starved by drought in recent years. But there will be a price to pay this year, say landscape professionals and agronomists. In a recent post on the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service website, agronomist Dr. Jourdan Bell[]

Tree Health

The Root of the Problem: Paying Attention to Tree Health

Research shows that the presence of trees in a community encourages people to be more physically active, and, in general, affects their attitudes and behaviors. In addition, leafy and healthy trees can make a big contribution to the well-being of an apartment community, providing a great aesthetic value for residents. The big, tall oak may[]

Creating Pollinator-Friendly Gardens can Benefit Bees and Properties

With pollinator-friendly gardens, apartments can add a little color and variety to their landscapes and at the same time help preserve the bee population. The bee population, which pollinates flowering plants that help produce up to a third of the world’s food, has been in significant decline in recent years. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is[]

Image of a downed tree in the parking lot of apartment complex after severe weather

6 Pointers for Restoring Storm-Damaged Landscapes

Cleaning up and restoring landscapes after storm damage should go beyond using a few garbage bags, some rakes and traditional lawn equipment. A well-organized plan will help properties safely get the landscape back on its feet.

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