Big rhinoceros grub worms in compost |John Dromgoole |Central Texas Gardener

Hello, gardening friends. Welcome to Backyard Basics. So in the fall, the leaves are coming down. They’re mulch in the ground. The way they’re supposed to in nature. That’s how the soil is built. You go out into the forest, there’s that much compost or more out there and there’s nobody making compost. It just […]

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Report shows decline in pesticide use

RACHEL: THIS NEW REPORT SHOWS CHEMICALS USED ON PLANTS CAN HARMING AND EVEN KILLING BEES. ANNIE WHITE BUILT HER GARDEN PESTICIDE-FREE.>>THIS WAS ALL LAWN PREVIOUSLY, SO THIS IS HUGE HABITAT. SHE SEARCHED SPECIFICALLY FOR BEE-FRIENDLY PLANTS AND FLOWERS WITHOUT DANGEROUS NEONICTINOID INSECTICIDES.>>IT’S REALLY, REALLY CHALLENGING. BUT WHITE IS AHEAD OF THE CURVE ON A GROWING […]

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Flower Gardening Tips : How to Grow Irish or Scotch Moss (Sagina Subulata)

Hi this is Yolanda Vanveen and in this segment we are going to learn all about Irish Moss or Scotch Moss or Sagina. It’s a beautiful ground cover that grows really well in really moist climates. So Sagina Subulata which is Irish Moss or Scotch Moss is native to Ireland and Scotland. And Scotland is […]

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Partnerships and Learning: Pesticide Label and Math Help Part 3 © 1992

Reading the Label Millions of dollars go into the development of pesticide product labels. It is the most important document you have concerning the safe and proper use of a pesticide product. It is also a legal document and therefore you are bound by law to follow label directions. Not only does the label tell […]

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