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Combating Common Tomato Problems

While tomatoes might be the number one vegetable we grow, they are certainly the number one vegetable we get questions about. Tomatoes can be difficult to grow! Let’s dive into some of the common issues I am seeing or have seen in the past! Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV) is…
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Hot Topic Questions Answered For June

Can I still prune my azaleas and other spring-blooming shrubs now?   Yes, any time after they have finished flowering and up until about the first week or two of September; that’s when next year’s flower buds will be produced on stems that grow this summer for next year. 2. Why…
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Why Are My Tomatoes Wilting?!

Many calls have been coming through the office about tomatoes being wilted or starting to yellow and die. If your tomatoes have yet to experience these problems yet, consider yourself lucky, but not out of the woods yet. Throughout the end of spring and into summer, tomato plants can develop…
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Fire Ant Control

As the warmer weather continues to become constant, the want to get outside will increase. Growing up my E-ma would always keep us grand kids in the afternoon. When the warm weather came, we were outside all the time. We loved outside, until one of us kicked a fire ant…
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“My Centipedegrass is Yellowing and Dying”

 I have had an influx of calls as of late about lawns around the county. Specifically in centipede lawns. I wanted to go through a few reminders as we get further into spring and into summer in a few months.  To start with, I love centipedegrass. You may say why?…
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Tips for Growing Roses

While buying roses from your local florist is and always will be a sure fire way to make anyone smile, growing your own at home can also bring smiles anyone that visits or passes by. This post is all about that gorgeous flower and how to grow your own at…
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