How do I get rid of the yellow dog pee spots on lawn?
What is the best fertilizer I need to use now. Question is what number - Nitrogen-Phosphorus and Potassium. I have some 24-0-11 - is this safe to apply? It is a L... See more
I had sod put down professionally almost 2 years ago (thanksgiving timeframe) in the backyard. It was basically dormant. Last year when it started greening up I reali... See more
How can I kill grass/weeds that come through the mulch? I have grandkids with lung issues and therefore cannot use harsh products. thanks!
I plant tomatoes and peppers and I am just throwing on the ground orange peels and coffee grind. Since right now is winter; is what I am doing helpful or harmful for ... See more
I have a one quart garden hose sprayer that I would like to use to green up my lawn with Epsom salts. How would I do this? Would I just fill the quart container wit... See more
We built a new home a year ago, sod was planted and the grass was beautiful. The lot itself has that terrible clay underneath to begin with and had to amend our soil ... See more
How do I get the most beautiful thick lawn when my neighbours refuse to cut it take care of their lawns?
Is this grass better than most? Will it keep weeds out? Is it better to plant sod rather than plugs. What needs to be done to soil before planting?
Ok been trying the composting & doing research on how to do this better been going to local coffee shop and getting coffee grounds and adding egg shells, banana peels... See more
I have raised beds filled with organic soil and it doesn't retain water very well.
So I have fresh, brand new grass. I have three concrete slabs forming a walkway from my concrete patio, to my shed (about 6-7 feet). I didn't mind them on the grass... See more
Suggested to use this on garden for tomatoes, beans, cucumbers. Also for flower beds. Has anyone tried this and results, helpful? Thank you
I've been putting composting material in there for the past two years and every once in a while I dig in the barrel and move the material around but I still don't hav... See more
Help. N. E. weather was rough. garden looks dead And brush unkept. Help! Thanks. :)
We just moved to Arizona and I need some grass advice. We have the type grass that goes dormant in the winter...looks like it is dead. Then it comes to life in the ... See more
After having a Black Walnut tree taken down I may be able to grow something there. What is the best way to restore the soil to a correct PH? The squirrels are going... See more
I want to have a bountiful vegetable garden this year but want to know which kind of soil is best to mix in with the existing soil. Top soil? Potting soil? Mulch?
I have heard that Pine needles are good for composting. I have also heard that they are not good for composting because of the acidity in pine needles. And the pine n... See more