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EcoScraps, a provider of organic, chemical- and manure-free lawn and garden products, recently announced that its sustainable, 100 percent organic, potting soil is now available at more than 1,700 Target stores nationwide, according to a news release....
Chicago ShoppingTackling your landscape can be quite the undertaking and, whether a novice dirt pusher or a professional perennial sculptor, you need a plan. Not to mention, a quality retailer nearby that houses a wide variety of supplies to help accomplish your...
This week I am going to talk a little about pre-tax planning. I will cover what you will need to prepare as well as discuss some questions to ask your own tax advisor. As in most cases of management decisions, earlier is always better. I have heard...
My last couple of gardens have been such epic fails that this year, I didn't even try. The decision to take a gardening sabbatical was not an easy on. My youngest children enjoy turning the soil, sowing the seeds, monitoring the growth and — most...
After my peonies and roses bloom, should I cut off the spent blooms? In both cases, after flowers fade they proceed to the next step in reproduction: seeds. Peony seed pods are not very attractive or useful, so cut off the old flowers and stems to...
L.A. at HomeHealthyStuff.org tests 90 garden hoses, 53 gloves and other gardening equipment and finds that many contained phthalates or lead....
Husband Ken and I are in mulching mode. We prefer to purchase our cypress mulch in easy-to-handle 2-cubic-foot bags. We watch the sale flyers from Home Depot and Lowe's, planning to get it on sale, down from the $2.35 per bag price this year. Luckily,...
A Lynchburg woman has admitted to credit card fraud in excess of $150,000. 45-year-old Dianna Mobley pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to the charge. Mobley was an administrative assistant at Dominion Power's Altavista Power Station when prosecutors...
The Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics at North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota's Energy and Environmental Research Center (EERC) are partnering to study the possibility of utilizing flare gas from the Bakken...
Vital Signs Health Blog - Orlando SentinelIt's that time of year again — time for kids and adults to start mowing the lawn. And with lawn-mowing season comes another sign of the season: Injuries from mowers. June is National Home Safety Month and five national medical organizations are...
Lehigh Valley WildBy Jerry Feaser Of the Pennsylvania Game Commission Game Commission food and cover crews begin season of wildlife habitat improvements; Illegal dumping and ATV use remain problems HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s teams of land...
SEATTLE (AP) — The world’s largest charitable foundation announced five years ago it would spend millions of dollars to fight poverty and hunger in Africa, largely by investing in agriculture. To date, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation...
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