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 It has been over a week now since Hurricane Ian devasted Florida. Most of us either have family or know someone who lives in southwest Florida.  My mom’s house in Cape Coral was … more
It is apple season and they seem to be everywhere this time of year. Many trees are ready for picking and they are loaded this year. Mother Nature is providing for her flock for the winter with a … more
Last week I was away a couple of days at a buying show for lawn and garden products for next spring. Usually this just means buying items in advance that we know we will need and getting an extra … more
Back in February when Russia invaded Ukraine was when I first wrote about the high price of fertilizers this year and the reason why. Ukraine was a major fertilizer manufacturing hub for all of … more
So, we have already had a com- plete month’s rain with the storm earlier this week. Now imagine that was snow, we would be shov- eling out for a week. Plan for winter now, so that you … more
August was such a dry month, I never had to mow my lawn. The grass just didn’t grow with the high heat and dry conditions, even with the occasional afternoon thunderstorm. Unfortunately, hay … more
August is the month when most people take a vacation, be- fore the kids go back to school. If you are lucky enough to be able to get away with the high fuel prices and inflation, check out … more
Driving to and from work this week, I couldn’t help but notice that there are some leaves starting to fall due to the hot weather we have been having. Not only is it hot, but it is dry too. … more
  Finally some relief from the heat, but there is still a lot of summer left, so the heat will be back. While your’re watering your plants everyday, don’t forget to check your … more
Welcome to August, hot and humid, just in time to go on vacation. But if you are not lucky enough to be able to go on vacation, you have to deal with this heat everyday at work.  At least we … more
 Last week I wrote about Roundup, with it's active ingredient Glyphosate, and how it is getting into our foodsource.  In a recent independant lab test of popular breakfast cereals, … more
I was helping my son this weekend in completing his honeydew list by mowing his lawn for him while he completed other tasks around the house. A couple of his trees that I had to mow around just … more
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