Golf & Country Clubs
We provide quality landscape materials for all golf course and country clubs
Weeds or other unwanted plants use water. Removing them means more water for the plants you actually want in your landscape. Weed growth of both native and exotic vegetation can severely decrease the commercial, recreational and aesthetic value of crops, landscapes and waterways.
In certain situations some degree of weed growth may be desirable. Control measures are needed only when an overabundance of weed growth begins to affect economic use. Our environment is a complex and dynamic system that is subject to a myriad of pressures. This is particularly true of Florida which has undergone tremendous demographic growth in the last decade. With the continuously increasing demand for Florida's resources, it is essential that they be managed in the most prudent fashion. Because of Florida's geographical setting and meteorological conditions, much of the state supports an extensive growth of weeds, many of which are not found in other parts of the United States.
Given the enormous range of land over which Florida farms, forests, rangelands and agriculture related facilities are dispersed, it is critical that we (landscapers, growers & homeowners ) all have a similarly widespread capacity to detect, diagnose, and respond to intentional and accidental introductions of plant diseases, insects and other pests.
Water infrequently, deeply and thoroughly. Most lawns need about 3/4 to 1 inch of water once per...