single common denominator that all gardens and landscapes
share is their relationship with the soil.
It is the one fundamental component that is vital to
the successful establishment, growth and maturity of
the plants in your landscape. Soil is more than just
the sum of its parts; it is a complex integration of
its physical, chemical and biological properties.
order to make the appropriate Plant Health Care recommendations
for your property, we first need to determine the quality
of the soil that supports your landscape. The backbone
of our assesment is a detailed analysis of the key
indicators in your soil
— physical, chemical and biological — and then we score
them as part of an overall Soil Heath Assessment strategy.
strategy broadens our previous soil chemistry testing
efforts in that it is a multi-faceted approach that
determines the capacity of the soil within
the scope of both the ecosystem and planted landscape.
For additional information on Soil Management, read
our fact sheet. Visit
our Resources page
for information on pests, diseases, plant health care
and much more…