Now is the time to pick the tomato varieties you want to grow in your garden this summer.
We should always clean garden tools after use and dry them before storing in a sheltered location...
Before you bag up the leaves falling from your trees, consider their potential for your landscape. The leaves of one large shade tree can be worth as much as $50 of plant food and humus...
There has been a great deal of media attention this year on the mass emergence of Brood II of the 17-year cicadas, an insect phenomenon of eastern North America. These insects began emerging this week in Dauphin County.
When it comes to maintaining summer lawns, a little laziness is a good thing. “The spring recipe for lawn care is to fertilize, mow up to twice a week and treat for weeds, but you should back off on all those practices during the summer,” says Pete Landschoot, Turfgrass Specialist for Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences.
Weeds in the winter?! Oh Yes! Weeds come in 3 growing types; perennial, biennial and annual (summer annual and winter annual). It's January and I am hunting winter annual weeds!