Milorganite Blog: Green and Growing.

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Learn when you should start mowing your lawn in spring and how to manage dandelions and other weeds.
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Elevate your garden for convenience and easy access. You’ll enjoy the added planting space and ease of planting, weeding and harvesting at waist level.
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Follow these seven keys to create a thriving and beautiful garden environment while conserving and protecting resources and wildlife.
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Don’t let a lack of time, space or energy prevent you from growing and enjoying a few or bushels full of homegrown vegetables.
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Joe Lamp'l takes a look at some fertilizer facts and reviews not just the do’s and don’ts of fertilization but, more importantly, the “why’s” behind it all.
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Dead spots, brown patches or orange-red powder on your shoes may mean your lawn has been infected with a disease. Proper care and overseeding may be the answer.
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Tips to consider when applying pre-emergent herbicide this spring to keep invaders like crabgrass, poa annua and foxtail out of your yard.
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With a bit of planning and creativity, you can find ways to increase the enjoyment and harvest in any size garden.
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The nutrient analysis of Milorganite varies, as reflected in the updated N–P–K and iron analysis. Name change: “Slow-release” now replaces “organic” nitrogen.