Many people stop thinking about their lawns aside from raking leaves at this point in the year. Unfortunately, if you ignore your lawn once the cooler weather hits, you may just be creating more work for yourself in the spring and summertime. There are a few steps that you can take as a homeowner every autumn to improve and maintain the appearance of your lawn once spring hits and your lawn thaws.
Lawn and Garden
Feed and seed your lawn now, when the air is cooler but the soil is still warm and it’ll come back healthier and greener next spring.
Safety advice for practical canning from our friends at Mrs. Wages.
All of your hard work and dedication is paying off as your summer garden is brimming with a bountiful harvest and you are busy canning, freezing and storing fruits and veggies for use during the colder months.
With a bit of preparation this Fall, you can get on the right path for a successful growing season next year.
Contrary to popular opinion, fall is the best time of the year for lawn care.
With the help of Mrs. Wages you and your family can enjoy the wholesome goodness of homemade pickles, salsa & canned vegetables in no time.
Tips for preventing late blight from infecting your plants.
Most of the grasses commonly used in New Hampshire lawns are cool season grasses. This includes; Bluegrass, Fescue and Rye grass, all are sod forming turf grasses; they grow best when the soil temperature is around 60 degrees and at least 1 inch of water is applied each week.
So, our short New Hampshire growing season is in full swing. You spent the end of May preparing, selecting and planting the vegetables and herbs that you and your family love. While you wait for the plants to grow, mature and produce there are a few things you should know in order to prevent the loss of your crops to insects and disease.
Safe ‘N Simple® 9-0-0 provides weed control and an excellent source of slow-release nitrogen in an easy to spread crumble form.