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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Weeds—Design Tips for Minimizing Undesirable Plants
... prevent weeds from dominating. Here are some suggestions: Installation of a brick, slate or concrete "mow strip" under fences, or over the soil separating a lawn area from a planting bed ... can also serve as mow strips. One important design tip regarding mow strips is to use curves whenever feasible and avoid right angles. Curves allow mowers to navigate easily along mow strips, and saves both labor ...
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May 2003 Newsletter
... spent blooms and keep the weeds out.  Tie down the climbers, as they grow taller.  Strips of pantyhose work well.  Keep the centers clean so that there is air movement to ... live longer and frequently, even if the winter kills the top growth—or you accidentally mow it—it will generally come back. Own root roses do not have rose virus.  Unfortunately ...
carolinadistrict.org

Get Growing Gardening Tips -Weeds and Weeding - Devonian Botanic Garden
... a weedkiller using a watering can with a fine rose. I divide the lawn into strips to ensure that the grass receives a complete and even coverage. If possible wait for ... the weeds have time to develop new leaf surfaces to absorb the chemicals. Do not mow the grass for two to three days after application of the weedkiller. This provides sufficient ...
www.devonian.ualberta.ca

ECSONG: A Nut Growers' Manual - General - ECSONG
... . Strip preparation will minimize soil erosion and is less costly. Strips at least two meters wide at five meter to fifteen meter ... S. or Europe) were planted as semi-ornamental groves and laneway strips in rural area. These also may prove valuable, especially those ... be useful. Construct owl and hawk perches to attract these predators. Mow vegetation short so no cover is available to the rodents. (ii ...
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ECSONG: A Nut Growers' Manual - Species
... trees, spots at least four square meters (forty square feet) and mow all grass and weeds between these. At the Baxter Nut ... venture, complete site preparation would be necessary the fall before. Strips about four meters (fifteen feet) apart could be prepared about two ... meter (ten foot) intervals on six meter (twenty foot) wide strips. 6. The Planting Stock Grafted seedlings or rooted cuttings may ...
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Home Landscape Watering During Drought
... to become established. Trees growing in a restricted root zone, such as those in landscape strips between sidewalk and streets, also need higher priority. Flower Gardens Prepare the soil before planting ... lawn care practice. Mowing. Set mowing height at 2 1/2 to 3 inches and mow at the same height all season. Do not remove more than 3/4 inch of ...
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Questions On Misc. Pests
... acre of their farm yard? They have a large area to mow. (Cando, N.D.) A: The typical lawn grub goes through cycles. ... caulking. To take care of the problem for now, the sticky strips that hang from ceilings or rafters will do an excellent job without ... bird world. Spray your plants with pepper spray. Also, tie aluminum strips to small stakes throughout your marigold planting. The pepper will burn ...
www.ext.nodak.edu

Floridata: Create a Wildflower Garden
... to appreciate wildflowers. Thanks to the efforts of state agencies, motorists now marvel at spectacular strips of wildflower color planted along our highways. Of course there are many other good reasons ... of wildflowers is that once the seed is planted, you're done! You don't mow or weed and you often don't even have to water! Before we get into ...
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Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Lazy Beds
... normal practice! How I've been doing it In pictures? Cut down any tall growth, mow the grass as short as possible, and dig out the really tough stuff (the brambles ... with a spade, parallel to and 18 inches away from the manure edge. Now cut strips of turf, so that they have a "hinge" at the manure edge, and fold the ...
www.keirg.freeserve.co.uk

Agricultural Division Staff: Jeff Ball
... to Topdress Winter Pasture? Use These Late-Season Weed, Brush Control Strategies Nitrogen-Rich Strips - A New Way to Determine N Fertilizer Requirements Consider These Things Before Sprigging Bermudagrass ... Spring Small-Grain Pasture Risky Business: Bermudagrass Fertilization How Much Does It Cost to Mow Weeds? Some Thoughts on Soil Aeration of Pastureland Stockpiling Bermudagrass for Late Fall/ ...
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