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Spotted Lanternflies Have Some Properties Seeing Red
The spotted lanternfly is an invasive species that first made an appearance in the U.S. in Berks County, Pa., in 2014. Since that time, it has been found in other parts of Pennsylvania, as well as New Jersey and Virginia. In addition to the damage it can cause to your landscape, the spotted lanternfly poses a large threat to both the ecosystem and the economy.
El Niño Patterns Indicate an Active Winter Season
Early WeatherWorks predictions, based on El Niño patterns, predict cooler conditions across much of the East Coast due to a stormy pattern pulling cool air into the region. Based on past winters with similar early predictors, meteorologists are initially predicting a snowfall 33 percent above yearly averages.
5 Tips to Decrease Your Exterior Maintenance Costs (Without Cutting Quality)
Meeting the bottom line doesn't have to mean cutting corners; nor should it mean more time at the office managing endless details that detract from the things that really matter. Here are five tips for reducing your exterior maintenance costs efficiently, without sacrificing quality or sanity.
Trees Feel the Pressure in Urban Areas
A lack of space, traffic, pollution, and more, combined with natural stress from changing weather patterns, cause a slow and steady decline in urban trees. These are some of your property's most valuable assets. Fortunately, there are things you can and should do to help alleviate stress for your trees.
The Wall Street Journal: Signs of a Strong Economy
The tight labor market and visa shortage are hurting all kinds of industries that rely on seasonal workers, from Maryland’s crab-picking industry to New England restaurants. The $82-billion landscaping industry is the largest user of the visa program, which allows employers to bring workers from abroad for temporary positions, accounting for 50 percent of all such visas certified by the government in 2018.
Barron's: A Sunny Outlook for the Nation’s Landscaper
BrightView had barely been public for a month when it delivered its first earnings report in early August. The debut quarter didn’t go well for the country’s only publicly traded landscaping specialist, partly because the East Coast of the U.S. had been hit with its largest April snowstorm in decades.