Archive for the ‘Seed’ Category

Spring Weeds & Pre-emergent

Spring Weeds & Pre-emergent: Regardless of what the groundhog says, spring is right around the corner.  And so are the weeds.  It’s time to start thinking about pre-emergent for your yard. You have a 6-week window to apply pre-emergents, ...

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How to Lay Out a Vegetable Garden

Is there anything more satisfying and delicious than growing your own food? From the first tender tips of asparagus in spring to the tasty tang of summer’s homegrown tomatoes, a garden filled with beautiful, productive plants provides a terrific sense of accom ...

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids Benefit Foaling Mares Before Rebreeding

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Benefit Foaling Mares Before Rebreeding: When compared to cows, ewes, and sows, mares experience a short interval between birth and their next heat cycle. After foaling, the uterus undergoes involution. Involution is a process that reduces uterine ...

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How to Lay Hay in the Winter to Grow Grass

How to Lay Hay in the Winter to Grow Grass: Late January and early February provide an opportunity to plant grass seed in preparation for the upcoming warmer months of summer. Keeping seed moist is an essential part of the ...

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Good Winter Vegetables for Georgia

Good Winter Vegetables for Georgia: You don't have to be a gardening expert to grow winter vegetables in Georgia . In fact, winter gardening may be much easier than spring planting or summer harvest. There are certainly less weeds to pull ...

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Fall is the Time to Plant Grass Seed in Georgia

When You Plant Seed is Critical to Your Success Growing lush, nutritious forage for your cattle, horses and deer food plots is much more than just planting seed. When you plant seed is just as an important factor as the ...

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