This summer I’m not going to let the grub worms get ahead of me. If you recall from previous articles, it’s easy for me to think that my irrigation system isn’t watering my lawn evenly when the temperatures rise in the summer, and areas of my turf seem to suffer. They literally brown out. I’ve adjusted the sprinkler heads, but the damage still spreads to cover a couple of hundred square feet. Grub damage is easy to mistake for something else.
- February 26, 2021
Pansy, the happiest little flower there ever was!
- February 18, 2021
When life gives you -17 degrees, make a jungle inside!
- February 12, 2021
On a positive note...we haven't seen any mosquitoes for awhile.
- February 9, 2021
Memories through greenhouse colored glasses.
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