Sometimes it can feel like fighting a losing battle trying to keep your garden free of weeds. No sooner have you cleared a patch of dandelions away than they crop up somewhere else. It’s also especially difficult if you want to try and get rid of weeds without having to resort to any harmful chemicals or herbicides.
Ah, the summer is over, the time for bright and hot days is coming to an end and the leaves of the trees are slowly starting to fade and fall. It is indeed a wonderful show but along with the season therein comes a number of plagues that may infest our lawns and one should be able to identify the most common weeds that could grow over this season so that your Lawn Care Specialist, can take the appropriate measures to eradicate them. I therefore bring you the most common wildflowers and how to treat them, so that we can take stroll around your lawn in search for this harmful species and get rid of them.
From brown patches to fairy rings, a number of lawn diseases can take over Pennsylvania turfgrass. Diagnosing and treating a lawn disease early can prevent infections from spreading. Have some questions about lawn grass diseases? The list below might help.
Want To Know The #1 Secret To Keep Your Lawn Green & Healthy?
Using Eggshells In Soil, Compost And As Pest Control
In a statement on Thursday, DuPont said it is in talks with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on "the most effective way to implement our recommendation of a voluntary suspension of sale of DuPont Imprelis herbicide, and a product return and refund program."
In late January Dr. Galen Dively of the University of Maryland gave an overview of organic insecticides at the Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Grower’s Conference. Did you miss it? I’ll try to provide a recap.
Benefits of Proper and Complete Soil Preparation