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Magazine articles on gardening and yard work.
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National Gardening Planting Apple Trees Choose a site with full sun, moderate fertility, and good air circulation and water drainage. Apple trees will tolerate a wide range of soil conditions. While you can improve your soil with fertilizer and mulch, other factors will go a long way toward overcoming less-than-perfect soil. mark for My Articles 247 similar articles
National Gardening Growing Apples Apples require a fair amount of patience planning. If you want a choice crop, you'll have to control insects, diseases, and other pests, worry about the weather, prune every year, keep up the harvest, and gather drops before they clog the lawn mower mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
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Walter Chandoha
Picking, Squashing, Fetching... They are three good ways to entice children into the garden. mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
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Skip Richter
Watermelon: A Very Healthy Treat Like we needed another reason to grow watermelons, right? As if sweet, juicy delicious summer flavor is not enough, watermelons are actually good for your health. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
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Karen Dardick
Meadows Come to Town Weary of the lawn routine? Wildscapes are an intriguing alternative mark for My Articles 288 similar articles
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Bonnie Lee Appleton
Fall Tree Care The attention young trees need in Fall mark for My Articles 209 similar articles
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Alain Charest
Not Just a Pretty Fence More than a garden partition, this trellis creates an illusion of space mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
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Barbara Richardson
Rid Your Lawn of Mole Crickets Three species of mole crickets were introduced from South America around 1900, and ever since they have been happily chewing on lawns in the southern United States. Steinernema scapterisci, a nematode, is a natural enemy of one of these introduced species, researchers have found. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
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Michael MacCaskey
Garden Grinders Reducing yard waste with a chipper-shredder mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
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Charlie Nardozzi
Minerals for Soil How to use rock-based fertilizers and amendments to increase the vitality of your soil mark for My Articles 175 similar articles
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