Patio Gardening: A Family Project

Do You Currently Use A Chemical Fertilizer? Why You Should Switch To Organic

When you're running a farm it is absolutely essential that you use the right fertilizer. Soil depletion can make it difficult for you to achieve the crop yield that you're after. Fertilizer infuses the soil with the right blend of essential elements so that you end up with a much larger crop than you would have had any other way. If you've always used a chemical fertilizer, you might not realize that an organic version could be a better choice.   Read More...

What To Look For When Hiring A Contractor For A Water Well-Plugging Service

Wells that are not in use can be dangerous. They can be hazardous for small animals and children, they can start to deteriorate and become environmental hazards, and they can hold sitting water, which can become a breeding ground for mosquitoes or bacteria. As such, if you have a well on your property that is not in use and that you do not want to use again, you may be thinking about water well-plugging services.   Read More...

A Few Ways To Halt Pests

Having bugs or rodents where you do not want them can be frustrating. Bugs and rodents can cause a lot of problems. Bugs like ants or termites can cause damage to your home, while rodents can carry different diseases and viruses. You want to make sure that you do not have a problem with pests. To help you with your battle against pests, here are a few tips to keep pests away and how to kill them if they do enter your home.   Read More...

Why You Want These Three Plants Growing In Your Lawn

Having a perfect lawn does not mean you need to prevent any other plants from growing in your lawn grass. History indicates lawns were not always all grass. Medieval paintings depict lawns of the past as a mixture of lawn grasses and flowers to look like a natural meadow. Here are three plants you want to keep in your lawn to give your home a historical lawn that will look and grow better.   Read More...