A Covid-19 Update

No doubt you are exhausted with all the communications about Covid-19. The novel corona virus has done a number on the economy, our emotions, and certainly many of our health. On the flip side, business is learning how to “reboot” with work from home policies and video conferencing (among many other things), families are coming

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RAIN! What does this mean for you?

We’ve got rain in San Diego. This means crazy traffic, flooding and leaky roofs. But it also means lowering water usage (read= saving water), healthy plant material, and GROWING plants! It also mean weeds throughout San Diego. We are looking at above average rain fall which is absolutely wonderful for the water table in San

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Now What? After the rains.

With all the rains in the past few months (more in the first quarter of the year than our entire annual “normal”) you are seeing weeds grow like crazy, plant flora come back to life with green hill sides, super blooms, and happy flowers. Thankfully, your irrigation systems should have been off for a few

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Rain, Snow, and San Diego Landscapaing

In San Diego County, as of October 2018, we have received 10.35 inches of rain, exceeding our ANNUAL “normal” rainfall of 10.33 inches; and more coming today! This is a wet winter for San Diego which is fantastic. Our reservoirs are filling up and our dry landscape is getting lush and green. But how do

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