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Whether you experienced severe drought or excessive flooding, we have tips to improve your lawn.
Get started early Weather extremes are tough on lawns. According to Mike Stewart, Jr., president of Stewcare Inc., a lawn care and snow removal company based in Delaware, Ohio, depending on the...
Healthy lawns are good for us, and the environment.
1) Maintaining your lawn is the "green" thing to do. According to studies by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, well-maintained lawns absorb considerably more CO2 - a greenhouse...
Add functional beauty to your acreage.
Wind is often a nuisance, and it can be quite costly if you're living on a rural acreage. The wind drives up heating costs, causes problems with drifting snow, and affects livestock. A carefully...
Give your plants the moisture they need while conserving water.
Radio interview source: Dennis Patton, Extension Horticulture Agent, Kansas State University The best way to water the plants is to let Mother Nature do it. Unfortunately it doesn't rain as...
The right plants can help prevent erosion and other benefits.
Radio interview source: Dr. Susan Day, urban foresty expert, Virginia Tech Listen here for the...
Fertilize your garden for cheap with a compost pile.
Radio interview source: Rosie Lerner, Extension consumer horticulture specialist, Purdue University Listen here for the radio...