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  • How To Make Organic Fertilizer

    Composting your yard debris, such as grass clippings, raked leaves, etc. can be an excellent source of fertilizer to help nourish your gardens. Next, add organic material to the bin and "turn" the pile every so often with a pitch fork or...


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  • Fall Fertilization

    Fertilizing your lawn at the proper time this fall will answer these questions and you'll have more sustainable lawn next year


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  • How To Plant Bulbs In The Fall

    Spring-flowering bulbs such as daffodils, tulips and hyacinths are generally planted in fall. Here's how to do it right and ensure a wonderfully colorful spring. Instructions Things You'll Need: Bulb Planters Fertilizers Garden...


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  • How To Prune Trees and Shrubs

    In general the smaller the wound (smaller the branch that is cut) the less harm to the tree. It is therefore typically better to formative prune the tree when juvenile than try to cut off large branches on a mature tree. There are also differences...


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  • Keep Your Lawn Healthy and Green Year Round

    Here are some helpful tips to keep your lawn healthy and green year round. Do you fertilize a lot? Well this could be your first mistake! Over fertilization can lead to the grass growing at an overly rapid pace causing it to be more likely...


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  • Tips On Hiring a Professional Landscaper

    Looking for a brand new landscape, a few dramatic additions or top notch maintenance of your grounds? Start by selecting a professional Landscape Contractor. Landscaping adds value to your home, business, and neighborhood. For example the right...


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  • What You Need To Know About Fertilizer

    In order for a plant to grow and thrive, it needs a number of different chemical elements. The most important are: Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen - Available from air and water and therefore in plentiful supply Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium...


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  • What is Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

    Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. IPM programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and...


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