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Thunderstorms and Trees

It’s worth mentioning that with the heat comes severe thunderstorms. This means strong winds that can break off dead …

Mowing the lawn

Summer Lawn Mowing Tips

If we keep getting rain a couple times each week, we shouldn’t have to run the irrigation system to …

Little lime hydrangea

Irrigating Tree and Shrub Beds

Trees and shrubs need water too. In reality, they need just as much water as the lawn. However, most …

Lawn irrigation

Irrigation for a Healthy Lawn

Irrigating the lawn is something that is often either done too frequently or not at all. Studies have shown …

Pollinator in the flowers

Creating a Pollinator Garden

I read an article recently from National Wildlife Federation announcing that June is Pollinator Month. Of course, they were …

Squash bug

Squash Vine Borer Prevention

I was out inspecting a garden recently and noticed a couple of insects that I thought were worth noting. The …

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Start Fertilizing Your Lawn

Although our lawns may have suffered a little setback from April frost, if they aren’t already completely greened up …

Cucumber

Plant What You Like to Eat

It’s not too late to plant a vegetable garden. There are still lots of plants in the garden centers. …

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Handling to Avoid Contaminents

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Figure 22. Shiny black (right) and dull black (left) Ouachita.

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