Merry Christmas Cactus : Re-bloom for Next Year!
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Make sure your Christmas cactus bloom beautifully next Christmas! One of my bloggers wrote : “ I have a beautiful Christmas cactus, but it didn’t bloom this year. What should I do to make it bloom next year. Another Christmas cactus leaves turned … Read More

Add This Wild Dish to Your Thanksgiving Table! (How to Cook A Raccoon)
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Photo Courtesy : www.seriouseats.com Ingredients (1)   Large Clean & Portioned Raccoon Crushed Red Pepper Bell Pepper Onion Bay Leaves Bacon Quick Tip: To rid your ‘coon of the gamy flavor, soak it in vinegar over night or a few minutes … Read More

Nutsedge Weeds Can Drive You “Nuts”!
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Nutsedge weed can drive a homeowner CRAZY! Do you have this fast spreading pest in your lawn?  This type of weed thrives on hot, sticky weather like the kind that we’re used to here in Jacksonville.Pulling it out by hand … Read More

What’s Wrong With My Plant ? (Root Rot, Sod Worms…)
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Take All Root Rot ­ ­ Does your grass have big brown patches? If it’s leaf spots then apply Propiconazole and Maxide Fungus Control. If the grass is thin and when pulled, it comes up without effort… It’s Root Rot. … Read More

Protecting Tomatoes from Frost and Freezing
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We all know that weather can not be trusted whether its going to hot or cold. I just got a call from a man in Houston, Texas who had a frost issue with his tomatoes. Cold temperatures can damage or destroy … Read More

How’s YOUR Grass Looking? (Treat for Take All Root Rot)
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Go to your grass and see if there are spots on the leaves or if the grass is just thinning out. Does your grass have big brown patches? If it’s leaf spots then apply Propiconazole and Maxide Fungus Control. If … Read More

Whats Wrong With My Plants? (Rose Slugs, Asian Scale and Fungal Leaf Spots)
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I would like to share a few common questions and plant symptoms that I receive from clients and everyday callers. Have you noticed any odd symptoms with your plant? Join our blog and send a picture. I can help you … Read More

Before You Lay New Sod…
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I got an interesting email recently. A person stated that the old grass in their lawn was sparse at best and 90% dirt. They have a large oak tree in the front yard that coats the yard with acorns and leaves … Read More

3 Tips for Tree Survival
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Keep Your New Tree Healthy & Strong! TIP # 1 – Don’t Plant Too Deep When planting trees aim to make the plant hole as deep as the tree’s container. Many people make the mistake of planting too deep and applying … Read More

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