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Farm tours to feature variety of AER products

Here’s a chance to see a few farms with strong fertility programs using some of our products including, Myco Seed Treat®, SP-1™, starters, foliar applications, in-furrow, and side-dress. 550 more words

Organic Farming

Organic "weed and feed" for Lawns

Many gardeners are worried that the products being used to keep that beautiful lawn are, in fact, endangering the environment. With that in mind, then, there is a constant desire to use less damaging chemicals but, at the same time, retain a beautiful lawn. 254 more words

Outagamie County Master Gardener Association

Scottish council stops spraying chemicals to kill weeds with hot water instead

The Cardley Wave Mid Series results in fewer treatments, claims and costs whilst improving community relationships for the Shetland Islands.

The Shetland Islands is located 110 miles north of mainland Scotland, has a coast line of 1,679 miles long and rains an average of over 250 days a year. 437 more words

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#LoveParksWeek

It’s ‘Love Parks Week’  and with the announcement of possible restrictions being put in place on the use of Glyphosate (a common component found in chemical weed sprays) in public parks and playgrounds, it couldn’t be a better time to consider Cardley Wave. 104 more words

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Polytunnel Planting

It took us longer than we had hoped but we finally have the polytunnel up and running – sort of. James finished the doors and the irrigation. 127 more words

Gardening

Wordless Wednesday


Geranium oxonianum seedling. A good weed smothering variety. Flowers all summer. And mounds of foliage make a perfect home for hedgehogs in the winter. We often find hedgehogs rolled up in a pile of dried leaves, tucked in amongst the geraniums. 7 more words

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Policeman’s Helmet - July 2016 Weed of the Month

In 1839, seeds of Impatiens glandulifera were sent from their native home in western Himalaya to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, England.   Within 15 years, populations had escaped and naturalized into the English countryside.   1,081 more words

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