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Turf diseases in fescue

Depending on your grass type, fescue or Bermuda grass for example, your lawn my not be too happy under the current heat wave we’re experiencing. Turf diseases is common especially in fescue lawns. Bermuda takes the heat and humidity better….

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Top 4 Medicinal Herbs for the Garden

Top 4 Medicinal Herbs for the Garden Written by: Danna Sharp from Wisteria Herbs www.Wisteriaherbs.com wisteriaherbs@gmail.com Today I want to talk to you about my top 4 recommended medicinal herbs for you and your garden. The ones that I have…

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Oversize tires MPG GPS

Oversize tires MPG GPS With oversized tires and re-gearing it’s a good practice to note for your adjusted speed and mpg.   For my little Toyota trail rig I went from 225 to 31″ tires and from 4.10 to 4.88 ring…

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Spring aeration, over-seeding, pre-emergent.

Spring aeration, over-seeding, pre-emergent. I have noticed a few signs advertising aeration and over-seeding.  It’s almost March now and that got my attention.  Couple things to consider.  First, over-seeding should be done in fall.  However, due to last season’s dry…

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Are moles tunneling through your lawn?

Are moles tunneling through your lawn? Even during the winter months, like February, moles can be an issue.  I have one in my lawn now that I need to address.  They can do a lot of damage by tunneling.  However…

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Tips Cutting Back Ornamental Landscape Grass

Tips Cutting Back Ornamental Landscape Grass Ornamental grasses are actually an unsurpassed addition you definitely should do to your garden’s landscape. Elegant ornamental grasses can add an interesting look and delightful texture to your garden during almost all seasons. There…

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Desired pH Levels for your Garden Plants

Desired pH Levels for your Garden Plants. Vegetable crops and their pH preferences pH 4.5 to 5.5 Radish Sweet Potato pH 4.8 to 5.5 Potato pH 5.5 to 6.5 Endive Parsley Pepper Rhubarb Soybean pH 5.5 to 7.0 Beans Broccoli…

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Temperature_Germination & When to Seed reference.

Temperature_Germination chart When to Seed reference chart These charts are only to give an idea of when to plant.  It’s important to consider your climate.  Theses references are good for mid US. Temperature & Germination Crop Minimum Percent Germination Days to…

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Caring for houseplants during the winter months.

Caring for houseplants during the winter months. A few adjustments can ease the stress on your houseplants.  If possible, move your plants to gain the most sun exposure.  Avoid placing them too close to heating vents.  Don’t place them too…

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