Starting a CSA? Helpful Hints to Reduce Weeds Without Chemicals or Extra Weeding Chores

Posted on: 12 April 2017

Starting a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) endeavor is a great way to offer healthier, locally grown vegetables, fruits, and other foods to consumers who may have previously had to rely on commercially grown options from their local supermarket. Since many commercial growers routinely use pesticides and other chemicals, health-conscious individuals can feel good about getting the foods they want and need from a local CSA, instead. But weeds are not just a commercial grower problem, so CSA owners often find themselves overwhelmed with hand weeding chores while also trying to take care of the seeding, tilling, watering and harvesting chores.
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Want to Grow Full Sun Plants in Your Backyard? Get Landscaping Help to Cut Down on Shade

Posted on: 6 April 2017

If you buy a brand-new home that is outfitted with custom features based on what you choose and are willing to pay for, you may end up with a landscape that already has the look and feel that you desire. But, buying a home from another homeowner means you will be inheriting what they have done. You could be presented with an empty backyard or one that has certain plants you may not particularly like.
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3 Key Elements In Landscaping Your Luxury Home

Posted on: 30 March 2017

If you're finishing the design or construction of your new luxury home, you're likely excitedly looking forward to moving in and enjoying the fruits of your labor. But there's one more thing to do: landscape. While many luxury homeowners don't give the landscape as much thought as the interior of the home, it can be one of the key elements in your home's success. Here are three things to accomplish with your luxury landscape design.
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Why Power Raking Is Good For A Lawn

Posted on: 21 March 2017

Does it seem as though nothing that you are doing to improve the look of your lawn is working? The problem might be that your lawn is covered in thatch, which is basically a mixture of dead grass, leaves, and possibly roots. Thatch sits on top of the soil and prevents grass from getting the nourishment that it needs to grow in a healthy manner. You can get rid of thatch by hiring a power raking service.
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