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Zamzows Huma Green Has Many Uses!

Zamzows Huma Green Has Many Uses!

Have you ever thought “What if I used Huma Green in my garden?” Today we are going to talk about a few places that will greatly benefit from using Zamzows Huma Green.

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Fall Gardening Delights: Setting the Stage for a Bountiful Future

Fall Gardening Delights: Setting the Stage for a Bountiful Future

As fall approaches, seize the moment to revitalize your garden. Trim and nurture existing plants for healthier yields, embrace cover crops to enhance soil health and invite beneficial insects. Enhance with amendments like compost, gypsum, and Zamzows Huma Green. Tend to perennials and shrubs, then consider leaving trimmings for wildlife. Fall is prime for planting and transplanting, while sowing grass seed ensures a vibrant lawn. Explore Zamzows Lawn Program for tailored excellence. In this season of change, sow the seeds for a thriving future.
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Spring To-Do List For Your Yard and Garden

Spring To-Do List For Your Yard and Garden

We all get that natural spring cleaning bug that creeps in when the weather starts to warm up. This is the perfect time to embrace that extra energy and take it outside! The following are a few items to put on your spring to-do list for the lawn and garden. 
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Fall Lawn Recovery

Fall Lawn Recovery

Summer is the most stressful time of year for our lawn. Our cool-season grasses do not appreciate multiple days above 100 degrees. The good news is that late summer and early fall are the optimal time for our lawns to recover and in this article I will outline the multi-step process.

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Zamzows Huma Green & Zamzows Lawn Food – Better Together

Zamzows Huma Green & Zamzows Lawn Food – Better Together

Hot summer months in the Treasure Valley are extremely stressful to our plants and in particular our lawns. Feeding your lawn in spring and early summer nourishes and prepares your lawn for this heat. But we reach the end of summer and head into fall, feeding your lawn specifically for recovery is vitally important as our lawn prepares for winter.
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N-P-K. Fertilizing for Beginners

N-P-K. Fertilizing for Beginners

NPK stands for Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium which are the 3 macronutrients plants depend on the most.  

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Watering Properly to Save Your Lawn From Drought

Watering Properly to Save Your Lawn From Drought

Extreme temperatures and below-average snowpack have created drought conditions for everyone in Idaho. In anticipation of water conservation measures and likely early water shutoffs, you may be wondering, how will I keep my lawn green?
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Water Less, and Keep the Green

Water Less, and Keep the Green

Hydrologists and meteorologists are predicting another year with less water than we need. This is leaving homeowners wondering what they can do to make it through the summer without making the already bad situation worse. The good news is there are some simple things you can do in your yard that will make all the difference!
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A Local Fertilizer For Local Lawns

A Local Fertilizer For Local Lawns

"Why is it I do all this work, and they barely do anything, and his lawn is always better than mine?"
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Understanding Natural, Chemical, and Organic Weed Killers

Understanding Natural, Chemical, and Organic Weed Killers

Organic weed controls must be produced from a list of allowed synthetic substances, or come from all-natural substances that are not prohibited. The National Organic Program (NOP) is administered by the USDA and includes a list of national organic standards, a list of allowed and prohibited substances, and a regulatory oversight structure. Generally, these products are clearly marked on the label as being certified organic.
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How to Cure a Tree with Chlorosis

How to Cure a Tree with Chlorosis

Chlorosis is a serious tree problem in the Treasure Valley, especially with our clay and very alkaline soils. Chlorosis is a lack of available Iron in the soil. Which leads to your tree losing the ability to make enough chlorophyll to support itself through photosynthesis.
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What Makes a Mulch

What Makes a Mulch

Have you ever wondered how people grew fruits and vegetables before commercial fertilizers were available? Before World War II there were almost no commercial fertilizers.
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