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Florida Gardening is Unique! Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Florida is Unique! Florida is a very unique state to garden in. We have four growing zones: North Florida Central Florida South Florida Tropical Florida North Florida often experiences frosts and freezes during the winter while the summers can be as hot or hotter than those experienced by zones further south. But seasonal changes tend to be very noticeable here. In the fall, leaves will change color and drop just like those "up north". While the climate can be too cold durin...
Spider Mites Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Spider Mites Diagnosis This is a close-up of Red Spider Mites infesting a marigold plant. The cloudiness is caused by their webbing. The silvering of the marigold leaves is caused by the spider mites feeding on the leaf cells. Spider mites are almost microscopic. Most are about the size of the period at the end of this sentence. Since the mite is too small to be seen without some sort of magnifying lens one way to check for their presence is to hold a sheet of white paper under a cluster...
Butterfly Gardening Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Butterfly Gardening Butterflies are like flowers floating in the air. To make your garden inviting to them means adding a certain magic to your special backyard paradise. A garden with butterflies (as much as one with lizards, toads, earthworms and other such creatures) is a healthy, balanced and productive garden. In addition to their beauty, the insects of the order Lepidoptera (butterflies, moths and skippers) provide us the service of pollinating the flowers we grow in our gardens to pr...
Autumn Turf Tips Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Autumn Turf TipsPamper your lawn in fall to promote a lush green carpet in spring by John C. Fech Autumn is a good time to work on getting your lawn into tiptop shape. I tell my radio listeners that autumn is the best time of the year to work on their turf. That's when cool temperatures return, the soil is still warm, rainfall is steady, and the competition for nutrients from weeds is relatively low. These conditions not only bolster turf growth, but also help heal the wounds lawns may hav...
Lawn Talk: Springtime blotcines may be a symptom of fungal disea Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Lawn Talk: Springtime blotchiness may be a symptom of fungal diseaseby John C. Fech It’s spring and your lawn furniture is all in place, just screaming for a backyard barbeque. While you’re contemplating whether to serve chicken or steak, your plans come to a screeching halt when your neighbor leans over the fence and asks, “What’s up with your lawn?” as he points to the ugly patches of brown grass scattered across your playground of green carpet. Unhealthy spots of grass in a lawn can b...
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