Author: FordsHometown

How cute is this little red squirrel? He (or she) was in fact very aggressive and hissed and grabbed with its teeth as I was trying to get it to pose for this photo. Our wildlife expert, Leo Dupont explained to me these 7 ounce...

It has been great being able to see a skunk close up and how it eats and sleeps. Skunks are nocturnal so we catch him sleeping in funny positions all day. We thought we would share our favorite sleeping positions we have caught Ozzy in...

Stinging insect nests are dangerous to treat for homeowners especially at this time of the year. The drones are now numerous and they are ready to attack and defend their nest with little to no provoking. Buying a can of spray to try to treat these nests...

Selective Herbicide for Violet Control What are violets? Violets are considered an annual in cool  season climates and a perennial in warmer climates. Perennial types have  rhizomes or long stolons, heart-shaped leaves on long petioles, and  purplish-white flowers; annual types can have irregular-shaped leaves, hairy ...

  Giving our customers the best service is our number one priority. We want our customers to be Pest and Weed-free! Are you unhappy with the results from your pest control or lawn care company? Give Ford's Hometown Services a call today: 1-800-649-9992...

What is sedge? Sedge is a very invasive perennial weed,  yellow sedge is usually found in New England lawns. These infectious plants are spread by air borne seeds or underground tubers formed at the ends of whitish rhizomes. You can identify this weed by rolling the...