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Green Estate
Landscaping can increase home property prices up to 20%, Ball says. Read article
Growing Beets
With earthy sweetness and rich colors, beets are a delicious addition to your garden. We show you how easy it is to grow your own. Watch Video
Designing Beds – Using layers in the garden.
Anyone can learn the basics of good garden bed design. See just how easy it is by following a few simple rules. Read article
Legumes- All in the (Pea) family
Peas, beans and more have been cultivated for thousands of years. Discover how versatile this family can be. Read article
The Nightshade Family Of Plants
From deadly nightshade to the tasty tomato, the Solanaceae includes some of the most intriguing plants on the planet. Read article
Gardening In A Greenhouse
One gardener reveals how a greenhouse opened up a whole world of
all-season gardening Read article
Growing Pole and Bush Beans
Beans are one of the easiest summer crops you can grow. We show you how to grow your own. Watch Video
Learn all about growing Cucumbers
Cool, refreshing cucumbers are one of the easiest vegetables to grow. Watch this video and start your own cucumber patch. Watch Video
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  • Frequent foot traffic wears turf away because it compacts the soil, depriving grass roots of oxygen. There are two ways to reduce soil compaction. The liquid way is to spray a product containing humic acid on worn spots a couple of times a year. Humic acid loosens and conditions packed soil, especially clay. The mechanical way is to use a spiking tool to punch holes in the compacted area to allow oxygen to enter the soil.