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1. Winter weed control
Winter weed control
Many gardeners choose not to do any gardening in winter. This results in an unsightly weed infested garden that could last through spring and maybe even a portion of summer. Grass grows frantically in spring and you may find yourself playing catch up. With the reduction in mowing time that com...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 14:00:27
2. Becoming a great gardener its all about the tools
Becoming a great gardener  its all about the tools
Although, I don't profess to be the world's foremost expert on this subject, I think you will definitely find my insight useful. Many of my friends are avid gardeners and I have learnt much from them. To get you started, I will explain to you a mindset to take when learning to become a garden a...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:53:16
3. Why use landscaping fabric to help combat weed growth?
Why use landscaping fabric to help combat weed growth?
Landscape fabric is a pivotal to effective weed control. If you don't feel like pulling your weeds out when you could be admiring your plants, consider using a fabric. Effective weed control means a reduction in the amount of time your weeding and in the amount of herbicides you use. Landscapin...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:52:25
4. How to install landscape fabric
How to install landscape fabric
You can install landscaping fabric as permanent mulch in areas of you garden such as perennial borders, around single specimen plantings, hedgerows or other border plantings. Conveniently, it easily allows water permeates the fabric while stopping weeds...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:51:20
5. Landscape fabric or plastic: which is better?
It's highly beneficial to place a protective covering around your plants. It stops weed growth, reduces erosion and keeps soil warm. Natural mulches can decay, stopping both air and water from getting to your plants. Landscape fabric and plastic coverings are often used instead. They are often ...
home-and-garden - Tue, 22 Jan 2013 16:31:55

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