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Tame the wildlife
Most people like watching wildlife but they don't want deer chomping on their shrubs or geese fouling their lawns.
“You don't want to lose a client if they come to you for help,” says Herrick Mann, president and owner of H.A.M. Landscaping in Cleveland. “After 20 years of researching and experimenting what works in our area, the service has evolved into a line item on our maintenance contracts.”
Many of the techniques for wildlife management are an extension of landscape services you already provide like choosing the right plant for the right place and using appropriate products to problem-solve.
“There are no magic potions,” says Scott Hygnstrom, extension wildlife specialist at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. “You need an integrated approach using various tools, techniques and products.”
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