- Easy fill opening
- Holds up to 20 gallons of water
- Micro-perforated release points along bottom seam
- Bag is empty in 6-8 hours
Get the professional look for your flower plantersMarch 11, 2018 - Online Athens
Fertilizer that comes in potting-mix bags runs out after a few months — or more quickly in high heat, when frequent watering leaches soil nutrients. Start applying additional fertilizer midsummer for spring-potted plants that use these mixtures. DO A...
Here, an expert's guide to help you maximize returns on time, expenses in gardeningFebruary 16, 2018 - Fort Worth Star Telegram
When I was a young horticulturist, I said to a nurseryman friend, “I'll bet you love it when a late freeze means people have to come back and buy more transplants from you.” He bristled as he put his old arm around me. “Neil, I want my customers to...
How To Install and Fill a Treegator Original Slow Release Watering Bag
Treegator® Original is a slow release watering bag that is perfect for newly planted or established trees from 1" to 8” in caliper, with branches beginning at least 25 inches from the ground...
Treegator Original Slow Release Watering Bag for Trees
Save time. Save water. Save Trees. Treegator® is a portable slow release watering bag designed to effectively and efficiently irrigate a newly planted tree or shrub. Treegator® Original...
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Yankee Magazine's Panty Hose, Hot Peppers, Tea Bags, and More--For the GardenRodale. 2005
Where better to recycle, reuse, repurpose, and reinvent than in the garden, where innovation and frugality go hand in hand? Throughout these pages, you'll discover more than 1,000 ideas for using common household items or things you'd normally toss out in unique and unusual ways in your vegetable and flower beds. Why make a special trip to the garden center or home supply store when the solution might be lurking right in your garage, your closet, or your pantry? Using these clever hints, you'll learn how to win the war against weeds, banish bad bugs, grow tasty fruits and vegetables, establish low-care lawns, create fantastic flower gardens, cook up terrific compost - and even attract birds, butterflies, and other beneficials.--COVER.
Applied Tree BiologyJohn Wiley & Sons. 2017
Many arborists learn tree work practices without fully understanding the biological and physiological principles behind them. However, outcomes for the health and longevity of trees are greatly improved when an arborist understands the science behind the care of tree root systems and crowns. In Applied Tree Biology, Drs. Hirons and Thomas draw upon their decades of experience in the laboratory, classroom, and the field – as well as the expertise of distinguished contributors to this volume – to provide those responsible for tree care with the scientific information that informs best practices for planting, pruning, soil decompaction, irrigation, and much more. Takes a multidisciplinary approach, integrating knowledge from plant biology, physiology, arboriculture, ecology, and more...