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Tips on Watering Your Lawn
Irrigate when needed and make every drop count.
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Spraying Dandelions in Lawns
The most common perennial flower in North Dakota may be the dandelion. Killing one dandelion is easy, but killing all of them is nearly impossible. Let's focus on maintaining an attractive and healthy lawn with a judicious use of herbicides.
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Mulch Madness
Rock mulch creates stress on plants and harms the soil. Why do we use it? It's madness! Use shredded bark instead. Shredded bark moderates soil temperatures near the plant, enriches the soil, shields plants from physical damage and reduces drought stress.
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Winterize Your Lawn
Take a few moments now to care for your lawn and you will be rewarded with a healthier turf next year.
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How To Stake Tomatoes
Should you stake, cage or trellis the vines?
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How to Mow Your Lawn
Mowing is one of the most important factors in maintaining a healthy lawn. Cut it TALL and let the grass clippings FALL.
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Super Summer Lawns
Tips on caring for your lawn in summer.
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New Tomato Varieties
Try these All-American Selections winners in your garden.
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Cherry Plums for North Dakota
Cherry plums were developed to survive the extreme weather of the northern Great Plains. They are extremely hardy (Zone 3), resist drought, and will bear fruit after one to two years. Here are some tips and recommended cultivars for gardeners in North Dakota.
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Loving Your Lawn
Do you want a great lawn? September is the best month to fertilize, kill weeds, aerate and overseed.
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