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NEW YORK LAWNS IN JANUARY? It Is Never Too Early To Start Thinking Green

NEW YORK LAWNS IN JANUARY? It Is Never Too Early To Start Thinking Green

It is January 25th. Long Island, New York has mucho snow on the ground with more on the way. Our temperatures here in the northeastern part of the United States has a winter choke hold on our trees, gardens and lawns. So we have snow. So we are cold. It is time to start doing […]

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Heat = Root Stress

Heat = Root Stress

Plants wilting, lawns browning and trees shedding leaves prematurely all due to what? Heat and more heat. We can water till the cows come home but our plants will still be challenged by the extended heat. When the soil gets too hot the insects retreat further into the ground. As the surface temperature rises and […]

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08 Jun Posted by in Fertilization | Comments

Before the Rain Fertilization

Before the Rain Fertilization

Hey everyone! For those 2 people possibly reading this blog, welcome. This blog is serious business with no pictures. I will take some new pics this week and show you how great the Clematis Jackmani looks. Here in the northeast we will be getting rain late tomorrow. This opens up the opportunity for us to […]

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