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    Lawn and Garden

    Select the Right Lawn Grass for Your Region

    Choosing the right grass for your area will grow a successful yard.

    The best way to have a healthy lawn is to start with the right grass type for your region and location. The right grass will naturally be able to adapt to your climate and soil conditions, needing less watering, fertilizing and weed control.

    Lawn grasses are divided into two types: cool-season and warm-season grasses. Grow cool-season grasses if you live north of a line running approximately from Baltimore, Maryland, through southern Illinois and Colorado to San Francisco. Grow warm-season grasses if you live south of that line. Of course, your specific geography or natural features may dictate which grass type grows best, especially if you live just north or south of that line or along the coast. In those cases, try both types of grasses to see which grows best.

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    Learn the Facts about Fertilizer

    Fertilizer provides the additional amount of nutrients needed.

    Fertilizers are products added to soil that provide essential nutrients to help plants grow. Nutrients are already present in most soils, but sometimes there isn't enough of a particular nutrient or it's not in a form that plants can absorb. Fertilizer provides the additional amount of nutrients needed. There are many different kinds of fertilizers available in different forms and with varying amounts of nutrients. Each nutrient affects the growth of plants in different ways.

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    Choose the Right Soil for Easy-Care Containers

    Container gardens will thrive and require less care with the right soil mix.

    Don't waste your hard-earned time and money by planting your beautiful container plants in the wrong potting mix. Choose the right soil mixes by evaluating each plant to find the mix that caters to its every need, whether that's good drainage, moisture retention or extra fertilizer. With the right potting soils, your container gardens will thrive and require less care.

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    Lawn Care and Gardening Videos

    Keep your lawn and garden looking great with videos from Tractor Supply.

    Garden Types

    5 Easy-to-Grow Vegetables

    There are some vegetables that are particularly easy to grow, so why not add them to your garden for a sure-bet bounty. The satisfaction that comes from harvesting veggies that you have grown with your own green thumb is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Here are a short list of recommendations and a few planting pointers.

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    Natural Pest Tips & Tricks

    Some insects are called predator insects because they hunt and eat other bugs. Predator insects include ladybugs, lacewings, minute pirate bugs, and praying mantises. 

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    Kitchen Garden

    A kitchen garden is an easily accessible planting area created to support herbs used in cooking. The garden can be a small raised bed, pots on a deck, or a window box. 

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    Living Wall

    A living wall is a garden and landscape design that allows you to grow plants on a vertical surface such as a wall or fence.  Why build a living wall?  Living walls make use of the unused airspace above your garden and are beautiful as well as therapeutic.

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    Intensive Gardening Techniques

    Grow more in a smaller amount of space by planting vegetables closer together. One rule of thumb is to sow so close together that the leaves of adjacent plants will touch.  

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    Tomato and Squash Trellising

    Here are simple ways to trellis your tomatoes and squashes for a bountiful yet easy-to-manage harvest.

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    Build a Basic Compost Bin

    Composting is a completely sustainable method of recycling organic waste. An ecosystem of microbes breaks down your food scraps, plant matter, and other organic material into a rich soil additive that then can be used to enrich your garden, raised beds, or plant containers. 

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    Organic Gardening for Beginners

    By Peter V. Fossel

    When my wife and I sell our produce at the farmer's market, our customers often don't notice that our vegetables are organic; they buy for taste.  But the difference is so remarkable that we would grow organically for this reason alone.  We've had school groups out to our farm, kids trying and loving things they'd never liked before - beans, broccoli even!

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    Stock Tank Uses

    Stock tanks are made of galvanized steel and are used to hold water for cattle, horses and other livestock. But these shiny, sturdy bins that come in a variety of sizes aren't just for taking care of animals anymore.

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