One of the most frustrating things about lawn fungus is that you can do everything right—and it’s sometimes still unavoidable. Lawn diseases like Brown Patch and Dollar Spot are common in Cincinnati and Dayton, OH, and Northern Kentucky, and when the conditions are right (hot and wet), it may be inevitable.
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In a number of industries outside of lawn care, Quality Assurance Managers are relatively common. These are folks that oversee the workmanship and performance of the team and their work. This role helps to ensure that the work being done gets performed correctly so that customers get the best possible experience (and results).
Most people who really love their lawns think about it in terms of how it makes their property look. When the grass is thick, green, and healthy, they’re proud to show off their beautiful lawn.
But there are actually many more benefits of grass lawns beyond just aesthetics and curb appeal.
Oasis Turf & Tree’s Toucan logo is the perfect representation of our goal to help you create your backyard Oasis. The image of the toucan brings a sense of paradise to mind and that’s what we are looking to create in our clients’ backyards.
Over the years, we’ve all come to embrace the Toucan and even created an award named after it. For the past four years we have been giving out a Toucan of the Year award for employee recognition.
Brown grass can be an upsetting sight to see on your property. If your grass has turned brown, you might be wondering, is my lawn dead?
Before you can address the problem for your lawn in the Cincinnati, Dayton, OH, or Northern Kentucky area, you need to know what caused it. You also need to know if you’re looking at dormant vs. dead grass. Dormancy is a natural protection mechanism that grass will go through to withstand weather changes.
Danielle Whalen first heard about Oasis Turf & Tree from a neighbor who was already working there and incredibly happy in her role. Danielle came on part-time back in 2010, handling property measurements and ultimately started to transition into a customer service role. As Oasis grew, Danielle had the opportunity to transition to full-time and says she hasn’t looked back.
A lawn that has thin or bare areas can be a major source of frustration. But how to make grass thicker can sometimes feel like an elusive issue. In fact, you might have even tried a lot of different things and still aren’t getting the results that you desire. You just want some cut and dry answers as to how to achieve a fuller lawn that you can be proud to show off.
When it comes to finding great places to work in the lawn care industry, one thing that is commonly heard is that lawn care workers often don’t feel appreciated.
Whether they’re out in the field or working with the team inside the office, there seems to be echoed sentiments about not getting the support that they need to succeed at their job—let alone feeling as though they actually like coming to work because of great workplace perks.
That’s why, when we started Oasis Turf & Tree, it was always a goal to build a business where people love coming to work.
Are you thinking about applying for a lawn care technician job with Oasis Turf & Tree? If you are, then you might be wondering what experience and qualities are important to be considered. We spoke to Angie Bradley, our Chief Operating Officer, who handles our recruiting and hiring so that she could provide some insider information on what she looks for in an Oasis Turf & Tree lawn care technician.
The saying may be that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side—but what if it is? We’re not talking metaphorically but in real life. What if your neighbor’s lawn is always greener?
Even though you don’t live there, you might be right next door—or perhaps right across the street—and you can’t help but notice what’s going on in their lawn. In fact, on the flipside, if your neighbor’s lawn is full of weeds, that might be a frustration, too. Not only do you have to look at their lawn (and worry it will bring your property value down), but you might be worried about those weeds creeping into your lawn.