Deer Control is the main issue facing those who own lawns in Monmouth, Middlesex, and Ocean county. Quick, quiet, and curious, deer can wreak havoc on most any lawn. Deer use their incisors to rake bark, making a two-inch gouge. When chewing foliage, they tear it off and leave ragged edges. Also, they eat lower parts of trees within reach of their full height, usually six to ten feet tall. A gorgeous lawn or landscape in Middletown or Tinton Falls can go from immaculate to disheveled in a matter of days.
While many companies utilize a spray claimed to ward off deer, the simple fact is that deer sprays don’t work. At Best Horticultural Services, we use mechanical fencing and barbed wrapping for shrubs and individual lawn objects. As the number one tree/shrub care provider for the New Jersey counties of Monmouth, Middlesex, and Ocean, we know a thing or two about deer control.