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Improve your soil by regularly adding organic matter, such as compost, to efficiently control moisture and add nutrients.
A little feeding and overseeding now makes for lush, green grass in spring. Follow these steps for a healthy lawn.
When you fertilize your berries and renew mulches in early fall, berry plants will have everything they need to prepare for next year’s crop.
You’ll get more boom out of blooms by fertilizing and deadheading flowers. Feeding makes plants bigger and more disease- and pest-resistant.
Warm-weather grasses like Bermuda, Zoysia and St. Augustine need a little TLC after a long, hot summer. Fertilize now for a lush, healthy lawn.
Get more boom out of blooms by fertilizing roses and deadheading flowers.
Prune your roses now for beauty through fall.
Have a beautiful lawn but weeds seem to be a problem? Discover how to get rid of those weeds as you feed and protect you lawn.
This spring, as you plant your vegetable garden, keep in mind that the work doesn’t end once your seedlings are in the ground. Ensure a bountiful harvest with these quick tips for getting the most out of your vegetable garden.
The most common mistakes home gardeners make are not fertilizing their citrus trees enough, not fertilizing regularly, or not using proper amounts of fertilizer.