For November, our experts are getting questions about plant care during the dormant season. Dormant care is all about prevention. Preventing diseases, insects and weeds from taking over next year is our task in winter. Dormant sprays, pruning, and adding mulch does so much to keep our plants healthy, and it all begins this month.
You might be seeing some growth on those cool-season veggies you planted by seed or put in by plant. Now is the time to take a closer look to make sure they are doing well. We have some advice on thinning, fertilizing, and adjusting irrigation to meet the growing root zones.
Fall is the perfect time of year to begin a new lawn from seed. The air is cooler as the days get shorter, while the soil is still warm. This “sweet spot” of lower yet warm temperatures means new seedlings won’t burn, and warm soil gives us the best germination rates of the whole year. Read on for tips to grow the perfect lawn this fall.
Is your lawn ready for a little TLC? A few key changes in maintenance can greatly reduce problems with fungus, brown spots, dead spots, insects and disease. Making those adjustments in fall will make your lawn happier all year long. Our experts have help and advice for watering, fertilizing, mowing, thatching, aerating and pre-emergents.
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