DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE TO DO LIST Rainfall is scarce in July, and soaring temperatures can cause your garden and lawn to slow down and conserve energy. Vegetable gardens kick into high gear and will need some extra attention to stay happy. Other plants in your garden can benefit from special treatment as well. Here are
10 Fall Clean-up Tips Fall is here. Read the tips below to ensure your lawn has the best chance to thrive next year. This summer has been hot and dry. You may have had it with your lawn. It’s natural. After summer winds down, the tendency is to put lawn care on the back burner
Do you know what crabgrass looks like? Digitaria is a warm-season annual; it reproduces by seed. People often ask me how to kill it. The short answer is: applying preemergent herbicides at the right time is the best way to get rid of this weed.
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Fall weed strategies for happier lawn care customers next spring Broadleaf weed control is an important aspect to every turf care program. Weeds are the main reason that homeowners hire lawn care professionals. Fertilization and weed control are the cornerstones of lawn care. There are a lot of factors that go into a good broadleaf
Your lawn needs at least 1”-1 ½” of water per week, year-round, during the winter, too. Water deeply 2-3 times per week, rather than daily. Water as early in the morning as you can, when possible. If you can’t push a 6” screwdriver into your lawn, you’re not watering enough.
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Most fruiting plants like tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants should already be in the ground. Many vegetables though will grow and produce even more quickly from seed planted in early summer when the soil is well warmed up and teeming with life. Beans Beans are great for a June planting. Fast growing in warm soil will
Source: How to Make an Onion Grill Cleaner A disgusting grill top is something no cook ever wants to encounter. Leave your outdoor grill neat and clean using this one simple trick. As an added bonus, this nifty idea will not only clean your grill but also season it! Steps 1. Cut onion in half. You will
How to Grow Lilacs Imagine inhaling the deep, mysterious scent of lilacs wafting through your screen on a warm summer’s evening. Lilacs aren’t difficult to grow if you give them plenty of water and plant them in full sun. There are over 100 species of lilacs, all of which grow as bushes or trees and
Stuffing and Grilling a Whole Fish 1. Get a whole, fresh fish from your local market or grocery store. Look for shiny scales, clear eyes and bright red gills. The fisherman among us, or those who don’t mind a little extra work, might enjoy cleaning, gutting and scaling the fish themselves. The rest of us