I’ve tried hanging old socks, human hair, sprinkling tumatous earth. Ahhh nothing seems to work. They jump the fence.
My raspberries are looking like lace from some kind of bug eating the leaves between the veins. They leave the leaves looking like lace! What are they and how do I pr... See more
My cord doesn't want to stay plugged into my weed eater. Which weed eater would be best to avoid that problem? Very annoying to have to stop and push the cord into th... See more
How do I get acorns off the lawn? We had an enormous amount of acorns fall last winter. I have tried raking them in a pile and then picking them up with a shovel. ... See more
Can anyone tell me what is eating the leaves of my Angel Trumpet plant and how to get rid of the pest? Thanks
I have tried everything to keep our 9 month old puppy from digging in my flower beds....sprinkled red pepper flakes and special 'keep out powder ; put up border fenci... See more
I came across with some beans leaves with part of leaves white in color. I have not seen such symptom before. Can you please let me know about this please.
So they arrived by the thousands and have made lace of the leaves on all our fruit trees. We sprayed and it rained so we sprayed again. Will this years apple crop sur... See more
I bought some preen at a yard sale and was wondering how good it is around your flower beds??
I have a small yard garden with an entrance to my driveway on one side and a common yard on the other. I'm trying to inclose an area about ten by twenty. It needs to... See more
We have so much of Johnson grass that we need to get rid of. Gosh, they are invasive. I tried pulling them out including roots but there are so much of them. My husba... See more
With something organic. Heavy clay, I've been working on for years. I get flowers, but not much fruit. I use weed block, could this be my problem?
We just cut them down to ground level.
What do you use to fill in the joints between sidewalk slabs to prevent the constant growth of weeds?Thank you!
I'd like to know if there is a cure, not just a yearly "fix". I also have clematis and wisteria which are not affected.