October Green Care Tips

October Green Care Tips

•  Evaluate your trees for winter safety  •  Remove or mulch leaves  •  Plan deer protection  •  Final lawn cut short 1.5" to minimize winter damage  •  Plan for snow mold spray early winter – if past history  •  Fertilize trees, shrubs and lawns  •  Schedule anti-desiccant...Read More
Accreditation. It’s a long word with an important meaning for professionals in many industries: the action or process of officially recognizing someone as having a particular status or being qualified to perform a particular activity. We at Chippers Inc. have recently renewed our 3-year residential/commercial...Read More
Japanese knotweed is one of the most aggressive invasive plants. It quickly forms dense thickets and establishes an extensive rhizome system that makes removal very difficult. The most effective eradication method is a combination of mechanical removal followed by properly-timed herbicide treatments. Chippers...Read More
What happens when a dedicated team of passionate green care industry professionals (arborists, horticulturalists and turf specialists) collaborates to create a meaningful safety mantra for our company? The acronym I WILL was born: I Will Work Safely; Invest in Others; Learn from Mistakes; and Lead by...Read More
I have a very personal reason for writing this blog about the best tree care companies in New Hampshire and Vermont. A year ago this week I lost a dear friend in a tree felling accident at his home. My friend loved the woods, loved working with wood, loved everything to do with trees. And though he operated...Read More


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