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August Garden Solutions

For August, our experts are getting questions about insect pests and about browning leaves. Read on for some good tips and advice about ants, beetles and watering in low-water environments.
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Tomato plant with drip irrigation

Irrigation Timers

Planning a getaway this summer? If you're concerned about plant care while you're gone, we have easy and reliable options to keep your plants and yard watered on time, without worry. 
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Whiteflies on green foliage

May Garden Solutions

As summer arrives with warmer temperatures, our garden gurus are answering questions about how to care for plants during this transition. For the month of May, we're providing advice about watering, tree trunk care, and pests.

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Chinese Pistache Tree in Fall Color

November Garden Tasks

November gives us a comforting, quiet change in our gardens and yards. To keep everything in good health, there are a few tasks we can do in November with irrigation, dormant care to control disease and pests, and planning for all the brand new bareroot fruit trees, roses, and vines we get to bring home in winter.

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MP Rotator Nozzle

Irrigate Efficiently

There is great news for our lawns! Just by trading out your old sprinkler heads for MP Rotators, you can grow a healthier, stronger lawn without using more water. To make the deal even sweeter, MP Rotators qualify for many rebates through your city or water provider.

 

 

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MP Rotator Watering A Lawn

July Garden Tasks

You've put a lot of hard work and planning into your yard and garden, and we want to make sure it sails through the hot summer. Our July Garden Task list offers advice to help you keep your cool when heat hits your garden. 
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Garden with raised beds

June Garden Tasks

June is when summer comes to stay and everything is growing! Our June Garden Tasks keep your yard and garden humming along beautifully with pointers on fertilizing, weed control, and managing insects and disease.

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Purple flowers near sprinkler system

Irrigation Efficiency

Irrigation efficiency is not only key to water conservation, it is also key to the health of your plants.

Inefficient irrigation is a common cause of plants succumbing to pests and disease. Be sure to water the depth of the root zone every time, and let the soil dry out a few inches below the surface before watering again. 

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