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Dealing With Diseases in Your Lawn

Posted: 06/03/2009 - Lawn diseases will eventually show up in your lawn. However, there are ways to minimize the effect on the beauty of your lawn.

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Mulching Your Shrubs and Trees

Posted: 05/19/2009 - Mulching your trees and shrubs can be very beneficial. However, when using mulch, be careful not to abuse its use.

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Cut Your Grass With a Mulching Mower

Posted: 05/08/2009 - Using a mulching mower is a win win win situation. It returns valuable nutrients to the soil. It reduces your time mowing. It protects our environment.

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Controlling Spider Mites in Your Landscape

Posted: 05/07/2009 - Spider mites are so small that they might go undetected until your plants show severe damage. Control spider mites with physical controls or opt for many chemical controls.

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Controlling Bag Worms in Your Trees and Shrubs

Posted: 05/06/2009 - Bag worms can eat your precious evergreens in a New York minute. However, your pest control is getting them before they attach to the tree in August and September.

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Attend Your Local County Fair

Posted: 05/02/2009 - Attend your local county fair to help support youth and encourage agriculture production in your area at the same time.

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Honey Bees are Coming Back

Posted: 05/01/2009 - Honey bees are making a comeback in the US. However, we still need to properly use pesticides to avoid killing honey bees.

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Starting Your Lawn From Scratch

Posted: 04/30/2009 - Starting over in your landscape with a new lawn seeding isn't difficult. Timing of seed application and liming is the first thing to consider.

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The Use of Mulch in your Landscape

Posted: 04/17/2009 - There are lots of different landscape mulches out there. However, select one that meets your objectives, like texture and longevity.

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Attracting Hummingbirds to your Landscape

Posted: 04/15/2009 - Hanging your hummingbird feeders up now, before they arrive, can help guarantee that they will stay around your landscape this summer.

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Are Deer Eating You Out of House and Home?

Posted: 04/09/2009 - Deer damage in landscapes isn't going away any time soon. However, a creative integrated control plan can provide some protection from these four legged eating machines.

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Mowing Your Lawn Correctly

Posted: 04/02/2009 - There is a right way and a wrong way to mow your lawn in order to keep it healthy and green.

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Controlling Weeds in Your Lawn

Posted: 04/02/2009 - Weeds are easily controlled in your lawn, if you understand how they got there in the first place.

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Growing Grass Under Your Trees

Posted: 03/28/2009 - It's very difficult to grow a quality stand of grass under trees. However, adequately feeding both the tree and grass roots together under that tree is the best solution.

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Are birds flying into your windows?

Posted: 03/27/2009 - In the spring, birds are observed smashing into windows because they see their reflection. These birds think they are seeing a mate or another bird in their protected area and take it out on your windows.

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Understanding the Hardiness Zone Map for your Area

Posted: 03/26/2009 - Plants survive differently depending on their ability to cope with existing climatic conditions. This ability to survive is referred to as "hardiness" and is represented in a "hardiness zone map" for plants.

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Controlling Broadleef Weeds

Posted: 03/25/2009 - Controlling broadleaf weeds in your lawn involves good timing as to when to apply weed herbicides.

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Controlling Your Carpenter Bees

Posted: 03/24/2009 - Carpenter bees tend to bore holes in structural wood on decks, patios and even out buildings. Controlling the damage requires using pressure treated wood or insecticides.

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