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mike could you please tell me when to put crabgrass killer on my yard,
Love the show on Saturday morning but can’t always listen. Do have a website for FAQ?
I am anxious to get the grub treatment on the lawn and have seen one forsythia in bloom here in Webster.
Does the soil need to be a certain temp for best results?
Thanks so much,
Who do you use or recommend for mole control?
I lost my husband of 48 years last June. I stayed with my daughter for a couple of weeks in Illinois. My neighbors cut my grass a little short and came the heat. My whole yard died. I have about 25,000 sqft about 18,000 in on a hill. I have a mess. Please give me a contact number so I can discuss this with you. My phone number is (636)856-0183. I am desperate. Thank you in advance Judy
i am trying to block the view of my neighbors yard from my backyard, i have an area 5′x14′ that i need dense, fast growing bushes to fill the area. i also need it to be affordable. i looked into bamboo, but the invasive nature has made me look for another possibility. home depot has forsythias for $10 that are already about 4′ tall, but i dont know how well they will provide cover. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
I was listening to the program today, Jul 23, and heard comments about zoysia grass….I bought from amazoy….none of it grew…I just got a new shipment yesterday….I was going to plant it this time in sheets rather than separate it…..and suggestions……due to the heat…..
mike, a friend says he heard you discussing squirrel damage of plants and flowers. He thought you mentioned a product or something that was effective in discouaging squirrels from rooting up plants. Would really like some help on this issue. Thanks
My arborvites are turning brown on the inside. Does this mean I’m about to loose them?
I have a new home in Collinsville that has a great looking cedar about 6 ft in height and 2 1/2 in girth. Unfortunately it blocks the entrance view of my home. There is however a sister tree in the far west corner that is not as healthy (was attacked by bag worms) and is quite sparse. I would like to transfer the tree that is healthy to eleviate the view blockage and take the unhealthy one out.
Is it to late in the year to be doing this?
Thanks for the advice,
I sent an e-mail about our beautiful tomato plants without any tomatoes! I suggested that because of all the storms & lightning that we have had this spring, that the lightning has released so much nitrogen into the soil it is causing the blossoms to drop. I heard a call on “our” program last Saturday complianing about the same problem. I have checked locally & our plants are not an isolated case. Could you please check for me? This is not a reply, hope Mike will “reply”. Irma