Apply ferti•lome For All Seasons II Lawn Food Plus Crabgrass & Weed Preventer containing prodiamine now through mid April. This is the first step in Johnson’s ferti•lome Lawn Care Program for cool season grasses, like fescue.
Vegetable gardening moves into full swing in March. Plant seeds of beets, lettuce, peas, radishes, spinach and turnips. It’s also time to put out cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower plants. Other vegetables to plant now include asparagus, garlic, rhubarb, potatoes and onion plants or sets.
Vegetables will benefit from loose, well-drained soil. A good way to achieve that is to incorporate Johnson’s Soil Recipe, which includes Cotton Burr Compost, ferti•lome Gardener’s Special, and Hi-Yield Bone Meal, into your soil.
Tree & Shrub Care
Every season in Kansas presents some extreme weather that our plants have to deal with. Healthy plants are the best insurance against weather, disease and insect attacks. The first stepis adequate food and water.