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North Carolina farmer is having cover crop success

From Southeast Farm Press

A strategy of combining several different species in the cover crop in his no-till corn and soybean program is allowing Russell Hedrick of Hickory, N.C., to maximize the benefit he gets from the cover crop.


4-19-14 Quick update...

We have been training the new hires over the last two weeks.  Most are able to cut greens and have been working in bunkers.

Greens: 450 more words

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Tulsa Lawn Fertilization Tips for a Vibrant Lawn

Every homeowner wants his or her lawn to be lush and vibrant all year. Like an exercise or diet plan, maintaining a good Tulsa lawn care schedule… 451 more words

Lawn Care Tulsa

Role Of A Pest Control Technician

Pests are very disastrous to health so never mind whether they attack the residential or the commercial building. Getting rid of this is a hazardous task and if it is at the first level then you can clean it by yourselves otherwise it is necessary to check out for a professional. 391 more words

Pest Control

A new weed

New to us in the northeast, anyway. This is Cardamine oligosperma, or little western bittercress. It’s a member of the mustard family, as is quite clear from its four-petaled (cruciform) flowers. 372 more words


Our New Farm Animal Additions

We added these little guys to our Farm Critters yesterday!!  They have settled in great and really like to eat tumble weeds, they are Dwarf Goats.

Our Homestead And Farm

Weed? No need!

Weed? What? Yeah? What is it good for? Some might say absolutely nothing!

Simply put, my friends and family would describe a weed as “a plant that is not wanted”. 263 more words