california native plants

August 21 is National Honey Bee Day

August 21 is National Honey Bee Day. Join the Gachina team and beekeepers nationwide as we celebrate the sweet benefits of the insect that plays a leading role in producing one-third of the foods we eat, spreading

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gachina landscaping

Spring is Time for Wooly Aphids

Have you seen white fuzzy accumulations on the branches, trunk or leaves of your plants and trees? Spring is time for wooly aphids, and you might be under invasion. A minor wooly aphid infestation usually isn’t s

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tree selection

Why Plant Fruitless Trees?

If you're considering adding more trees to enhance your grounds, choosing the right type is essential to a lasting and successful investment. Fruitless trees make an excellent addition, offering the beauty of fruiti

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landscape maintenance

Watch for Root Rot in Trees and Plants

Root rot is a destructive disease that affects a wide variety of tree and shrub species. It is caused by poor cultural conditions and/or fungal or bacterial infections that spread through contaminated soil, water an

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The Green Industry employs over 500,000 Hispanics/Latinos across the country. To say we couldn’t do it without you is an understatement.

Gachina itself employs 366 Hispanic/Latino employees. That’s 93% of our company! We have 341 males and 25 females on our team. 43 of those employees hold corporate positions.

Thank you for all of your hard work and commitment!



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