Milorganite Blog: Green and Growing.

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Increase container garden success with a few simple changes and help from maintenance saving devices.
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It’s sometimes necessary to remove a small patch of grass, renovate a lawn or add a garden. Here are a few natural grass-removal methods to consider.
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Pre-emergents are great for weed control before weeds start to grow, but how do you kill weeds that are already in your lawn? Whether your lawn is covered in weeds…
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Don’t let your best garden additions end up in the landfill. Instead, convert yard waste into useful resources to help you grow a beautiful and productive lawn and…
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While you can’t predict the weather, you can take certain proactive steps to help make your landscape more resilient to these unusual conditions. Joe Lamp’l shares…
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Don’t do it! We give lawn tips on how to grow healthy grass. Here are some things to not do this spring in your lawn, as well as those not to neglect.
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Tips for selection and care of the right hydrangea for your growing conditions, landscape design and personal taste for a year of low maintenance beauty.
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How to kill dandelions is a perennial topic. Here are four options: remove them by hand; spot treat, spread an herbicide on the entire lawn; or live with them.
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The key to a healthy lawn is healthy soil, and the link between your turf and that soil are roots.