by Joe Magazzi It is always difficult to understand concepts that we can’t see. Most landscapers understand the importance of healthy visible landscape ecology in terms of plants, trees and turf; the bees that pollinate them; etc. Many professionals employ practices that help this ecology naturally thrive, and this leads to a healthier landscape with […]
by Jerry Brunetti Over the years, my work has encompassed a wide range of both agronomic and horticultural arenas and they all provide living laboratories and great learning opportunities. Consulting for those engaged in agricultural or horticultural pursuits that range from very conventional to very organic has provided additional insights that expedite the learning process. […]
by M.L. Altobelli, owner of M.L.’s Greenery in Motion in Westminster, MA The goal in healthy landscapes is to develop healthy soils that persist beyond the current owner and landscaper soils that help to maintain diversity at all levels of the living community. Read complete article (PDF).