Monthly Archives: March 2011

March 2011 Food For Thought

We need to be the change we wish to see in the world – Gandhi

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It’s Soil Testing Time!

Soil testing is an important first step in developing a turfgrass fertility program. For some nutrients, it is the only way you can accurately determine how much fertilizer your turf needs. Most turfgrasses prefer a soil pH ranging from 6.0 … Continue reading

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Why is Liming Important?

Soil pH affects turfgrass health by influencing availability of plant nutrients and other elements, thatch decomposition, some turfgrass pests, and pesticide activity. Strongly acid soils (pH less than or equal to 5.5) may lead to deficiencies in calcium, magnesium, or … Continue reading

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Search the USDA PLANTS database

Did you know … You can search the USDA PLANTS database by Scientific Name, Common Name, Symbol, or Family, then filter by geography.  After searching for a plant, photos, factsheets, and guides in PDF format are available.

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Sandone Landscaping launches web site

Sandone Landscaping launched its web site for Spring 2011. This will allow more of Chester County to learn what its existing customers already know – that Sandone is a company you can depend on for Residential and Commercial landscaping.

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Visit Trefz Web Design

Sandone Landscaping is based in Glenmoore, Central Chester county, PA. Sandone Landscaping is your choice for residential and commercial landscaping in these towns and the surrounding areas:

  • PA - Chester County (Berwyn, Devon, Downingtown, Exton, Kennett Square, Malvern, Oxford, Paoli, Parkesburg, Thorndale, Unionville, West Grove, West Chester)
  • PA - Western Delaware County (Chadds Ford, Concordville, Radnor, Thornbury, Villanova, Wayne)
  • Maryland - Northern Cecil County (Calvert, Elkton, Rising Sun)
  • Delaware - Northern New Castle County (Hockessin, Newark, Wilmington)

Sandone Landscaping is the Golf Greens "Fore" U Certified licensee for Putting Greens for Chester and Delaware counties, PA.