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Planting Your Summer Herb Garden

SummerHerbs

April is the month to get started on your summer herb garden. With all the warm weather in 2017, it may even be a little late although my general rule of thumb is to plant them around April 15th. If [...]

 

Versatile Tools, One Beautiful Yard

VersatileTools

Want to get your outdoors in shape quickly and without a garage full of equipment? It all starts with power equipment that provides consumers maximum versatility, ease of operation and the ultimate in convenient storage.   Now, you can use [...]

 

Urban Honeybee Project Prepares for Spring

UrbanHoneybee

As Atlanta gets greener, city planners and designers are incorporating urban gardens for a future in sustain-able food systems. One of the biggest factors affecting crop yield in urban gardens is the availability of animal pollinators- usually in the form [...]

 

Protect Gardens from Invasive Pests

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Nothing tastes better than fresh-picked fruits and vegetables. Unfortunately, invasive pests threaten to devour the crops in our gardens and farms, and the flowers, trees and plants in our landscapes. They are a real threat, costing our nation approximately $120 [...]

 

Three Simple Ways To Aid Pollinators

AidPollinators

Here’s the buzz on an important aspect of helping our environment. Pollinator health can some-times seem as complex as a beehive with the multiple challenges bees face. Pests, pathogens, dis-eases, climate change, improper use of pesticides and habitat loss are [...]

 

Late-Flowering Perennials Bring Jewel-Like Colors To Your Garden

LatePerennials

What strikes us most about the fall is that yellow and red leaves have dropped from the trees. Instinctively, this is a sign that the gardening season is over. All is not what it seems, however. Did you know that [...]

 

Selecting A Zero-Turn Mower

ZeroTurnMower

Every lawn is unique. From slopes and rough terrain to a cleverly crafted maze of trees, each lawn requires the right mower to make clean, precise cuts. To help you make the right decision when it comes to mower selec-tion, [...]

 

Protect Gardens From Invasive Pests

ProtectGardens

Nothing tastes better than fresh-picked fruits and vegetables. Unfortunately, invasive pests threaten to de-vour the crops in our gardens and farms, and the flowers, trees and plants in our landscapes. They are a real threat, costing our nation approximately $120 [...]

 

Protect Your Family From Mosquitoes Six Ways

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According to the World Health Organization, as many as 3 to 4 million people may be exposed to the Zika vi-rus in the next 12 months—but you and your family don’t have to be among them. To combat the Zika [...]

 

The Buzz On Bees

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If you’ve ever wondered where the term “worker bee” comes from, consider this when you sit down for your next meal: One out of every three bites of food you eat exists because of bees and other pollinators. Without their [...]

 
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