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So a customer called this morning to see if we had some clover seed for a yard she was refurbishing for a client. Knew she heard about red and white clover, but was not sure which one would be best … more
Taking a drive Labor Day Monday, I couldn’t help but notice all the fruit hanging on trees that no one cares for anymore. Old farmhouses that are no longer occupied, roadside orchards and even … more
Last November I wrote about a shortage of aluminum cans and aluminum in general and the shortage is getting worse. A report compiled from CEO reports and Credit Suisse analysts about a shortage of … more
It seems that the darn deer are eating almost everything this summer and the worst is yet to come. You see, late August is the time that does start pushing their fawns away to start finding food … more
Before the Revolutionary War the 13 colonies were important to England for many reasons, foremost was the crops that could be grown here. Corn, cotton, sugar and hemp. Hemp, from Old English … more
So last week while the weather was cooler in the mid seventies, I took a few afternoons off to do some work around the house. I am currently clearing a strip of land at the edge of the driveway that … more
What a crazy summer we have had so far, it is either a cold summer or a beautiful fall. August ushers in back to school shopping. August is the last hurrah for a summer vacation or not with … more
This week’s column comes courtesy of the mom of one of my employees that had a nasty nature experience. Beware the white caterpillar. You see white caterpillars are beautiful, but within … more
I once heard a story about an old man, around seventy years of age, somewhere in the Mediterranean that was going to plant a tree in his yard. The tree he decided on was a Carob tree. His neighbor … more
If you are up in the Catskills or Poconos for the summer to relax and enjoy the great outdoors, all the rain we have been having may be an annoyance. So far we have been having one of the wettest … more
Here comes the beatles. No, not those Beatles. Japanese Beetles, and they want to eat your roses, trees and perennials. Come Fourth of July weekend every year like clockwork the brown shiny … more
Well the inspiration for this week’s column comes from a conversation I had with a couple of friends I hadn’t seen in quite a while, Carol and Roger Brucher. Carol had asked me if I had … more
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