Shearon Environmental Design News
January 31, 2019
Shearon Sports to attend 2019 Northeastern Pennsylvania Golf, Lawn, Landscape & Sports Conference
Shearon Sports will once again be exhibiting at the Pennsylvania Turfgrass Council’s Annual Northeastern Pennsylvania Golf, Lawn, Landscape & Sports Turf Conference in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Team members Dan Saunders and Scott Weidensaul will be networking with clients old and new, as well as learning what’s new in the industry during the education sessions. Stop by to say hello!
Late Fall Important Drought Alert
Fall Rain Shortage Tough On Landscape Plants
You know that watering is a vital part of keeping your landscape healthy in the hot summer months, but did you know why it’s also very important in the fall? During the first 3 quarters of this year we have had above-average rainfall conditions. The months of March, April, June and July the greater Philadelphia area has averaged approximately 5″ over normal rainfall.
As we have moved into the fall months, the script has been flipped. This abrupt drop in rainfall can have a drastic effect on the health of your plants both in the short term and over the long haul. At a minimum, plants that are stressed in the fall will be slower to respond with new growth in the spring.
Look for these at-risk plants on your property.
Plants that are stressed due to lack of water in the fall will not only drop foliage prematurely, but are likely to suffer from crown dieback in the spring, and be more susceptible to insects and disease the following year.
Be Wise - Fertilize!
Fall fertilization is also key for plant care during drought-like conditions. Our experts will evaluate your plantings and utilize a wide range of products from all-organic to quick-acting remedies. Avoid costly, time-consuming rejuvenation projects later by stabilizing your plants now.
2018 Symetra Tour Highlights, courtesy of Valley Forge Board of Tourism
Raven’s Claw Golf Club made history this past Spring as it hosted the Inaugural Valley Forge Invitational for the LPGA Symetra Tour.
Click the image below to watch the recap Valley Forge Invitational at Raven’s Claw Golf Club
Raven’s Claw Course Architect Edward Shearon, III featured guest
Many unique challenges are brought to bear on course design when dealing with mountainous terrain. Using examples from his award-winning portfolio, Ed outlines challenges of land composition, course playability and design variation along with the ways he and Shearon Golf overcame them.
Click the image below to watch this episode of Tony Leodora’s The Traveling Golfer
Raven’s Claw Shows Well on Day 1 of Valley Forge Invitational
Opened in 2005, Raven’s Claw is consistently ranked among the state’s top-10 public courses by Golfweek Magazine. Despite weather issues this spring, the 6,421 yard, par-71 layout was ready to host a tour billed as the “Road to the LPGA.”
Click the image below to read the full article in The Mercury
INAUGURAL EVENT - VALLEY FORGE OPEN COMES TO RAVEN'S CLAW GOLF CLUB
Symetra Tour Comes to Montgomery County