Cancer-free weed killer

Spring has sprung And along came the heavy rain showers. You’ve recovered from cancer and go for a walk through your yard to see all the beautiful plants flourishing, then you spot your least favorite plants… WEEDS!!! No, not marijuana unless you were intending to grow it. Weeds are everywhere thanks to the wonderful rain. […]

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Harvesting Figs

Ready for harvesting your ripe figs? Your figs have been growing for a couple of months now, it’s August or September with the sweet fig smell in the air and they’re beginning to change color, some being eaten by birds, ants or surrounded by fruit flies. You ask yourself, “Are they ripe?”. Sometimes they’re ready […]

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Training Your Fig Tree

How To Train Your Dragon Training your tree, not a dragon Training your fig tree, not┬átraining your dragons. Here are some basic examples on fig tree shapes. There are two common forms that a fig tree can be trained into: Single trunk [D], open vase type and the multi-trunk system [C]. Northeastern fig trees can┬ábe […]

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