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Flat Plains Services: 'Don't forget your trees'

Flat Plains Services Inc. wants to tell everyone, "Don't forget your trees." Flat Plains specializes in saving trees and helping them grow in a manner of fertilization and disease control, both preventative and curative.

Flat Plains Services Inc. wants to tell everyone, "Don't forget your trees." Flat Plains specializes in saving trees and helping them grow in a manner of fertilization and disease control, both preventative and curative.

Trees and shrubs lacking in fertility have poor color, slow growth, freeze damage, spindly growth in the crown, increased insect activity and increased vulnerability to disease. Flat Plains has designed a maintenance program to enhance plant health and vigor involving root fertilization and multiple spray applications.

Flat Plains Services Inc. is a small business with four full-time employees. The business was incorporated in January 2007 by Randy Bosma and Mike Gornowicz, both of whom have past tree service experience.

Flat Plains is headquartered at 203 Second Ave. NE in East Grand Forks. Being fully licensed and insured in both Minnesota and North Dakota allows Flat Plains to service the tree care needs of both residents and commercial property owners in East Grand Forks, Grand Forks, and the surrounding area.

Flat Plains Services Inc. recently expanded their business service to include residential and commercial window washing. Flat Plains is also currently in the process of adding of full yard treatment for insects.

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If you have any questions regarding the services Flat Plains Services Inc. performs or would like to receive an estimate feel free to call (218) 773-0901. - Submitted by Flat Plain Services Inc.

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