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Spring Pest-Proofing is Key to Preventing an Infestation

March 20, 2014 by Dan Rothermel

Fleetwood, PA (March 20, 2014) – Spring is finally here, which means many homeowners will partake in spring cleaning projects over the next few weeks. During this time, Green Giant encourages homeowners to also consider pest-proofing in and around the home. “Spring is the season when people begin to notice an increase in pests populations […]

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Winter De-Icer and Your Landscape

March 12, 2014 by Dan Rothermel

This past winter, we were all glad to have ice melter available (well, most of us anyway). It was in such demand that all types of salts were used, from table salt, to rock salt, to sodium chloride, to calcium chloride, to water conditioner salt. Some people also used some home remedies like beet juice […]

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Will Your Plants Survive the Winter?

February 27, 2014 by Dan Rothermel

Right now, a lot of us are longing for the sight of green grass and pretty flowers. It’s all right there; it’s just sitting under a lot of snow and ice. The plants are just waiting for the opportunity to begin their renewal process that happens every spring. Even with all the snow we’ve had […]

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Winter Weather Increases Risk for Allergies & Asthma Attacks

January 21, 2014 by Dan Rothermel

Cockroaches seek shelter from the cold, which could mean trouble for allergy sufferers. Fleetwood, PA (January 21, 2014) – Most people think of pollen, dust and animal dander as common asthma and allergy triggers. However, Pest Control by Green Giant, a pest management company servicing Berks, Chester, and Lehigh counties, warns that cockroaches can also […]

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Basipetal Translocation of Photoassimilates

November 20, 2013 by Dan Rothermel

Late Fall Fertilization for Lawns & Trees  – Why? Fall Fertilization Explained Basipetal Translocation of Photoassimilates, (that’s why!) Yes, that’s a mouth full! What this means in everyday language is that the plants are now manufacturing food and moving it to the roots where it is stored. Some of the “food” is utilized during the […]

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