Tips on different varieties of roses.
Tips on ground covers, including liriope, ornamental grasses, monkey grass.
Tips on damaged African Lilies, sago palms and fertilizing trees.
Tips on crabgrass and how to deal with quince rust.
Information on crane flies and fire blight.
Planting snap beans and tips on carpenter bees.
Some practical gift ideas.
Tips on citrus trees and freezing conditions
Tips on leaf color changes and poinsettias.
Tips on fireplace safety including, firewood, chimney sweeping & Christmas trees
Tips on pecan trees.
Tips on planting and harvesting garlic.
This article gives you tips on keeping a green lawn all year.
Tips on landscaping your yard.
Tips on mirlitons, satsumas, lemons, navel oranges, etc.
Sod webworms, chinch bugs.
Scales & Lichen.
Red-headed azalea caterpillar & tips on sweet potatoes.
Louisiana Irises & Poinsettias
Timing of planting is always an issue and Mother Nature does not always cooperate.
Lawn Winterizing & Fall Gardening
Hunters are notorious for pushing the envelope on planting dates for food plots. They get anxious and want to plant early.
Oxygen levels in a pond are critical and at their lowest levels during the heat of summer.
They're really just wasps but they are wasps with an attitude.
Technique for removing bats from your property.
Learn more about bark lice which lives in cracks of trees and when should you plant your vegetables in the garden.
Growers who want to sell Halloween pumpkins need to plant about July 20 to have them in the market and ready before Halloween.
Slugs & Snails
Breeding season for beef operations
Choosing the perfect watermelon and problems with figs
Nutrients in the soil such as phosphorous, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, zinc and copper are like money in your checking account.
Information on pecan phylloxera & tips on planting field corn
Planting sweet corn and corn earworms
Planting irish potatoes.
Pruning citrus, berry producing plants, etc.
Tips on composting leaves
Shrub roses, also called landscape roses, are different than the traditional hybrid tea roses.
You can plant container grown woody shrubs and trees almost any time of the year but November is the single best month to plant them.
Citrus has had its share of problems this year. Now that satsumas are getting ripe homeowners and producers are seeing yet another problem.
Along with planting wildlife food plots and cool season pastures for livestock, it is time to start the fall garden as well.
If you are seeing large brown spots in the lawn with very little grass left sod webworms are the culprit.They are caterpillars that like to feed on grass blades
I have had reports of large areas in lawns that were turning brown just prior to the flood but I did not get to see them before the flood.
In the midst of flood clean up I could see Knock Out Roses starting a new bloom cycle.
Wow! It is the only word that I can think of to describe the flooding devastation I seen. Mountains of people's possessions line the street.
When growing plants, whether farming or gardening, you are always at the mercy of the weather. Needless to say, this year is no exception.