Maximize your harvest by learning when and how to feed your vegetable plants Most summer vegetables are heavy feeders, with corn and tomatoes being some of the most massive nitrogen consumers. Of course, growing healthy, vibrant, Continue Reading.
Find out what factors result in poor grass seed growth Over the years, we have heard of homeowners struggling to establish newly planted grass seed. Have you ever noticed grass seed growing in the carpet of Continue Reading.
All lawns are not created equal Watering is an essential part of lawn maintenance, and a total of one inch of water per week (including rainfall) is desirable. Watering deeply two or three times a week Continue Reading.
Turf is a living plant that requires ground contact and moisture to survive It is essential to water your new sod as soon as possible after laying. On large sod jobs, it might be beneficial to Continue Reading.
It’s all about paying attention Water is vital to the growth and survival of all plants, especially those recently planted or transplanted. How should I water? When watering, it is essential to be sure that you Continue Reading.
Create a simple hose bib irrigation system to water your garden Watering your garden is essential to the growth and survival of your new plantings. Tips for watering your garden can be found here. Still, hand Continue Reading.
Sweet Georgia peaches are picked at their peak and arrive fresh The Georgia Peach Truck is rolling into Gasper with whole boxes of Rolling Freestones, the farm-to-street freestone peaches from the authentic Peach State! Freestone peaches Continue Reading.
Are you dealing with frequent deer and rabbits in your garden? You’re not alone. Most gardeners have faced a battle with unwanted garden visitors wreaking havoc at some point. In the middle of summer wildlife’s natural Continue Reading.