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Bee Population

Bees are the most important pollinators in the world’s food supply chain. An astonishing 35% of the world’s food supply is entirely dependent on the bees capability to pollinate. This means one thing: The fate of millions of species and billions of dollars of global crops rides on their tiny backs. Bee colonies are collapsing around the world as parasites, pesticides and habitat destruction become increasing more common. For the first time this year, the bubble bee in the US was declared [...]

By | April 10th, 2017|Newsletter|0 Comments

How To Plant Grass Seeds

Spring season is one of the seasons many people enjoy because it’s the start of nice temperatures where it can be enjoyed outdoors. Many trees and bushes that lost their leaves over the winter-cold weather begin to grow new leaves again and also flower in spring. This happens because the temperatures of the air and soil starts to warm up and the hours of daylight expand as the days get longer with the coming of spring. Also it’s the time to start [...]

By | February 27th, 2017|Newsletter|0 Comments

Mulch In Your Garden

Do you know what Mulch is made of? Mulch is a material (such as decaying leaves, bark, or compost) that is normally spread around or over a plant to improve or protect the soil when placed. Mulch is placed in spring and fall time. There are many benefits to mulching as follows: • Prevent weed germination and growth. • Support in soil moisture by protecting the plants in your garden from drying out rapidly. • Moderates the soil temperatures from changing, meaning [...]

By | February 27th, 2017|Newsletter|0 Comments