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August Garden Tips

August is a tough time for gardeners. However, as many know when the going gets tough, the tough get going. This is the time of the year after a hot summer where many anticipate production and harvesting to come to an end.

Gardening During a Drought

Droughts happen year after year and can be a gardener’s worse nightmare. They hurt your plants, dry up the soil, and create a negative environment in which plants have trouble growing. The most obvious affect that a drought has on your garden is the way it makes your plants look.

Problem Solving: Shade

Grass grows best in sunny areas, but some varieties also grow in partial shade. No grass will grow in complete shade, however. To survive, most grasses need at least four hours of sunlight daily, or all-day filtered sun, during the growing season.

Tips For Spring Weed Killing

Surely you’ve heard of spring cleaning but spring weed killing can be a whole lot more interesting. Here are some things according to Dawn West of AllAboutLawns. com to help you beat out the weeds:Preemptive strikeThere’s no better way to fight them than if they’re not there yet. If you know that weeds are forming under the surface, take control first by using pre-emergence herbicides.