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Bagworm

Bagworm Control

Be on the lookout for bagworms. Starting in mid-May to late June. Spray as soon as you see them then spray again in two weeks. They are much easier to control while they are small and you will prevent much…

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Tomato

Growing Tomatoes

Here are a few tips for growing the best tomatoes. 1. Before planting, improve your soil by mixing Cotton Boll Compost into your existing soil. 2. Set the plant slightly deeper than the container. 3. Water with a starter solution…

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Budworms

Budworms

Budworms on Geraniums and Petunias Have your petunias, geraniums or million bells stopped blooming? Inspect the buds for holes. If so, budworms are the likely cause. You may not see the worms as they often feed at night. Budworms can…

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Spider Mites

Spider Mites

Watch your plants for spider mite damage. Spider mites are very small so you can't see them with the naked eye. The first sign of their presence is pale, dirty looking patches of foliage.  To check for them hold a…

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Butterfly On Flower

Attracting Butterflies

When planning to attract butterflies to your garden, it is important to remember the following requirements: 1. Butterflies linger in sunny places! They are "cold blooded" and require warmth to be active. 2. Butterflies linger in places protected from the…

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Iron Chlorosis

Pin oaks, birches, and certain maples are prone to a problem called iron chlorosis. Iron chlorosis is a condition caused by the inability of certain trees to uptake iron when soil PH is too high. It shows in the foliage where the…

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