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Landscape Maintenance Services

Landscape Maintenance

At Samak, maintenance is not merely weeding, cleaning, mowing etc, but a lot more. Samak's own 'Green Team' , a professional team of highly skilled workers and executives who specialize in maintenance problems, impart a whole new scientific touch to the upkeep and welfare of your green areas. Services are carried out keeping in mind the form and concept of the landscape. This ensures that the maintenance solution provided is unique to the character of each project, and is the most appropriate in terms of cost and time efficiency.

Our goal is to keep landscapes clean, healthy, safe, and attractive for our clients and the environment. We provide total garden care services,

Pest management is the science of preventing, suppressing, or eradicating biological organisms that cause problems.
Today the term "pest management" is often used in place of such terms as "pest control," "plant protection," or other equivalent expressions. The term "Integrated Pest Management" (IPM), implies integration of approaches and methods into a pest management system, which takes into consideration the ecology of the environment and all relevant interactions that pest management practices may have upon the environment in which one or more pest problems may exist. When IPM principles are applied to a given pest problem, it is generally assumed that environmental impact and economic risks have been minimized. Since IPM considers all applicable methods, it is also assumed that emphasis on chemical methods may be reduced when effective non-chemical alternative methods are available. As a result, implementation of IPM principles and practices is advocated in various federal and state regulations affecting pesticides.

Prevention :-

When a pest problem is anticipated and action is taken to prevent a significant problem from occurring, the approach is termed prevention. The action taken may include any applicable method proven to prevent or reduce the probability of a significant pest problem from occurring. The prevention approach may include either chemical or non-chemical methods that the action will reduce the probability of serious insect

Suppression :-

After a pest problem has been detected, any action taken to suppress the pest population is termed a suppression approach. In practice, few treatments totally eliminate a pest problem, but the pest population is reduced to a point at which it is no longer perceived as a problem. Post emergence application of herbicides to reduce emerging weed populations is regarded as suppression.

Eradication :-

When a pest problem must be totally eliminated from a designated area, the approach is termed eradication. If a new pest such as the Mediterranean fruit fly is detected in a fruit growing area, regulatory agencies may implement widespread actions to totally eliminate the pest problem before it becomes established to a point that it can no longer be eradicated. When a serious insect pest problem is detected in a commodity of foreign origin, fumigation tactics may be employed to totally eliminate the presence of the unwanted pest from stock identified as infested. If a pest population of public health importance is detected in a hospital or food establishment, efforts may be taken to totally eradicate the pest population. In general, the eradication approach does not apply to elimination of an established pest population from a large area