Lawn & Garden

How to Control Cabbage Worms in the Garden

How to Control Cabbage Worms in the Garden

If you’re growing Cole crops such as cabbage, broccoli, kale or Brussel sprouts, your garden is probably a habitat for the cabbage butterfly and its offspring, the infamous cabbage worm. To eradicate cabbage worms in your garden you must understand them.

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What is Zamzows Huma Green?

What is Zamzows Huma Green?

I guess I should say the soil is an ecosystem, harboring millions of microorganisms including bacteria, fungi, bugs, and worms. The soil is a diverse and complex place. All these micro-critters need to eat, feeding them is the first step to properly feeding our plants.
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Controlling Yellow Nutsedge in your Lawn

Controlling Yellow Nutsedge in your Lawn

Yellow Nutsedge also referred to as "Water Grass," is a perennial "grass like" weed that plagues many lawns.  Although it looks like a grass, it is actually a sedge.
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How to Stop Dog Urine Burns in Your Lawn.

How to Stop Dog Urine Burns in Your Lawn.

There are many ways to stop dog urine from burning or yellowing grass on your lawn. These are all healthy and safe suggestions to stop your dog from creating those unsightly urine burns on your grass.
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Other Uses For Zamzows Huma Green.

Other Uses For Zamzows Huma Green.

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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Zamzows CompostTea

Zamzows CompostTea

There comes a time in every gardening season when all the plants are planted.  All the vegetables tended.  This time of year comes so much faster than we ever realize.  For organic and natural gardeners the options for getting plants to put out that little extra is very limited. What if I could show you a way to feed your plants naturally and you would see miracle-like results?
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How to Plant Garlic

How to Plant Garlic

Garlic is part of the Allium family which also includes similar plants such as onions, shallots, and leeks. Garlic is very easy to grow, having no real disease and pest problems to deal with and is forgiving about what kind of soil it's planted in.
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Lawn Rust in Idaho

Lawn Rust in Idaho

Lawn rust appears on the grass blade tips as an orange powder stuck to the leaves. You want to make this distinction, as brown or dying leaf blades may be symptomatic of other issues in the lawn.
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What Makes a Zamzows Hanging Flower Basket?

What Makes a Zamzows Hanging Flower Basket?

Our basket varieties are hand selected for beautiful combinations and hardiness. Early in the growing process our buyer and growers work together to pick out the newest and hardiest varieties for our baskets so you get the most unique hanging baskets in the area.
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The Best time to Control Weeds: Fall

The Best time to Control Weeds: Fall

When Spring rolls around and we begin work on our lawns, the most common issues we deal with early on are weeds.  When it comes to Spring weeds, Dandelions are the most prevalent.  Did you know that Dandelions and other early Spring weeds actually began growing in the Fall of the previous year.  Spraying those weeds in Spring actually takes twice as much effort to control them
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Why You Should Fertilize Your Lawn This Fall

Why You Should Fertilize Your Lawn This Fall

Many people neglect to feed their lawn in autumn. However, this may be the most crucial feeding your grass gets all year!  
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Seed Starting Tips

Seed Starting Tips

Starting seeds indoors is a fun way to have a start-to-finish hand in growing a garden and flowers. Plus, it’s a great way to save money! Seed-starting is not as difficult as it first seems. However, there are some proven ways to improve the experience and even speed up the process. Here are some tips and tricks to increase your likelihood of success!
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