Recent Blog Posts

  • Preventing Rose Diseases

    July 1, 2011
    It's no surprise that roses are among the most popular ornamental garden plants: they're beautiful, fragrant, and easy to grow in most climates.
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  • Maintaining a Vegetable Garden

    June 15, 2011
    Healthy, vigorous vegetable plants produce the most flavorful and bountiful harvests. Give your garden plants the moisture and nutrients they need, and keep them weeded and harvested for tasty and nutritious crops.
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  • Fleas and Your Cat

    June 1, 2011
    If you own a cat, you may experience a flea problem at some point. But what you don't know about fleas could harm you and your pet. Get the facts and keep your pet and home safe.
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  • Fleas and Ticks

    May 15, 2011
    Check for fleas and ticks once a week when you brush your pet. Check especially around the ears, lengths of the legs, base of the tail, lower abdomen and between the toes. Use a good flea and tick repellent from Agway such as Hartz Flea & Tick Drops®.
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  • Poison Ivy

    May 1, 2011
    Poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) often grows as a ground cover until it finds a tree. It then becomes a long-lived deciduous vine. Resin in poison ivy leaves and stems causes severe itching that often persists for three weeks.
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  • Tips for Effective Crabgrass Control

    April 15, 2011
    A dense healthy lawn is the best defense against crabgrass and other troublesome weeds. In gardens, mulch often prevents crabgrass problems.
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  • Lawn Care in General

    April 7, 2011
    Your lawn develops in a predictable cycle of growth and dormancy. At each stage the right care can enrich the soil, encourage healthy growth, and discourage weeds and insects. Click here for the rest of the article: Lawn Care in General
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