What Your Golf Pro Knows about Aeration That You Don’t

Posted by Jason Stanley on July 12, 2018

Ever wonder why golf courses always have full thick lawns? One key reason is their strategic use of core aeration. But you don’t have to own a golf course or be a turf expert to get great results! Ready to get started? Great, read on! So what is core aeration anyways and how can it…
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There’s a Buzz About These Girl Scouts!

Posted by Jason Stanley on May 30, 2018

See how Troop 1402 built a pollinator garden and learn how to do the same! Recently our COO, Keith Freeman, accompanied his twin daughters’ Girl Scout Bronze Award project, building a pollinator garden. Are you ready for a behind-the-scenes look at Troop 1402’s sustainable project? If you’re like me and don’t have a ton of…
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People are fleeing the Congo, we’re trying to help here at Canopy.

Posted by Jason Stanley on April 11, 2018

There is a serious refugee crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Since January 2017, almost 2 million people have been displaced due to challenging and complicated unrest throughout the country. After many years of civil war and crisis, widespread violence continues to take place forcing many Congolese to leave their homes. The BBC reported…
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Five Tips That Will Have You Pruning Like a Pro!

Posted by Canopy on March 12, 2018

What is pruning? Let’s start with the actual pruning definition. Pruning is the process of trimming trees, shrubs, or bushes by cutting away dead or overgrown branches or stems. This is done to both control and increase the fullness or growth of the plant. “Trimming” is another term commonly used when referencing pruning. Trimming trees…
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Does Tree And Shrub Fertilizer Work?

Posted by Canopy on March 7, 2018

Tree and shrub fertilizer is designed to provide additional nutrients to the soil surrounding your ornamental trees and shrubs. The roots of your plants then uptake the nutrients supplied by the fertilizer along with the water that they need to grow. It is essentially “tree food.” Benefits Of Tree and Shrub Fertilizer Soil is a natural…
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Warm Season Grasses Return From Dormancy

Posted by Canopy on March 1, 2018

One of the most common questions that we get from customers during the early spring is “why is my grass brown and not green?” This question comes up often due to the fact that many neighborhoods contain homes that have either cool season fescue grass or warm season grasses like Bermuda or Zoysia. Warm season…
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