Plant Health Care Manager
Paul is Borab’s Plant Health Care Manager. This includes the overseeing the day to day operations of the horticultural maintenance team. His communication skills provide the groundwork for great client relationships. In the field, he leads by example with a strong work ethic and attention to detail. He is responsible for IPM (integrated pest management), pruning, fertilization, irrigation, outdoor lighting, and coordinating with our turf maintenance crews.
Paul came to Borab 6 years ago with a desire to learn. His background includes studies in Business Administration at Sacred Heart University. On a daily basis, he satisfies all client requests and expectations and delegates in an efficient manner to his team. Whether it is a deadline from a client, or trying to stay ahead of upcoming bad weather, the job always gets done and never at the expense of quality.
Integrated Pest management (IPM) is a crucial part of Borab’s industry leading Plant Health Care program. Paul is highly trained in IPM practices through various continuing education courses at Rutgers University as well different conferences and lectures throughout the years. Although classroom education is crucial, being able to implement that knowledge in the field is what really matters. His ability to efficiently recognize, identify and treat various harmful insects, diseases and cultural problems on ornamental plants and turf sets Borab Landscape apart.
When Paul isn’t at work, you may find him at the gym or at home enjoying time with his family and pets. He is an avid chess player. His latest endeavor has him renovating his family’s long time residence.
“We continue to have our plants and garden maintained by Borab. Borab Landscape’s understanding of plants and outside architectural features, made our vision become a reality that we are privileged to enjoy.”
–Christine Pearson, Spring Lake, NJ