Tag Archives: Best Lawn Care and Pest Control Worcester

Mice

Here at Ford’s Hometown Services we provide what we consider to be preventative pest service. Meaning we don’t wait till you have a problem to address it. Our services for mice start in August because we know that mice will soon … Continue reading

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Fall is the BEST time to Seed & Aerate your lawn!

Aeration helps drought stress! The majority of root growth happens in the Fall. A deeper root system will help against Winter & drought stress, disease stress, increase water & nutrient efficiency, and aid in over all health. Fall is the … Continue reading

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Dragonfly

Our technician Steve Antoni sent this photo of a dragonfly hitching a ride on his pants. What an incredibly pretty insect. They are also beneficial because they eat mosquitoes.

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Chris Ford

I ran across this photo of Chris Ford and I just had to share it. This was taken at the Worcester Home Show a few years back. If you are in need of services for your lawn, tick control, mosquito … Continue reading

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Are Moles & Voles Wrecking Your Lawn?

        Moles:  Moles are insectivores that feed on insects, grubs, and mainly earthworms. Moles are underground dwellers. Voles:  Voles are vegetarians that mainly feed on berry bearing trees, shrubs, and birdfeeder droppings. Voles will leave runs on … Continue reading

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Mole Damage

Moles Moles are insectivores that feed on insects, grubs, and mainly earthworms. Moles are underground dwellers. Normally because it is so cold this time of the year they are far below the surface but since the weather has been warming … Continue reading

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Have you heard of Hydretain?

Hydretain: This safe organic application applied prior to drought will reduce the amount of water needed to properly support the plants growth. This is not a wetting agent. It is an organic humectant that pulls moisture to the root hair and  becomes … Continue reading

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