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    Quick Reference Guide: Fruits and Veggies

    By ferti-lome ® | 22 Words | Posted 8/11/2023 | Comments

    Download our 16-page guide to safely treating your nuts, fruits and vegetables for disease, insects and weeds.

    Spray Additives

    By ferti-lome ® | 272 Words | Posted 5/17/2023 | Comments
    Learn about Spray Additive and how they can make lawn and garden chemicals more effective.

    Weeds In & Around The Vegetable Garden

    By ferti-lome ® | 349 Words | Posted 5/17/2023 | Comments
    Before you break ground on a new garden plot, or have an existing garden that has many weeds and grasses, treat the area before seeding and planting.

    Rose Rosette Disease

    By ferti-lome ® | 362 Words | Posted 4/24/2023 | Comments
    Rose Rosette Disease is a devastating disease of wild roses that has now invaded home rose gardens.

    Tree & Shrub Feeding

    By ferti-lome ® | 237 Words | Posted 4/5/2022 | Comments
    ferti•lome® Tree And Shrub Food is a unique formula, specifically made for trees and shrubs that requires no hole digging.

    Rose Care

    By ferti-lome ® | 356 Words | Posted 4/28/2021 | Comments
    Rose care from planting to weeding

    Colorado Potato Beetle

    By ferti-lome ® | 418 Words | Posted 9/4/2020 | Comments
    Adult beetles overwinter in potato fields, field margins, windbreaks and gardens. They become active about the same time the potatoes emerge in the spring. They mate and the female lays eggs in clusters of 10 to 30 on the under side of the leaf

    Poison Ivy, Poison Oak & Poison Sumac

    By ferti-lome ® | 411 Words | Posted 9/4/2020 | Comments
    Every region in the United States has the potential to have at least two of these woody poisonous plants.

    Aphids

    By ferti-lome ® | 390 Words | Posted 6/9/2020 | Comments
    Aphids are small pear-shaped insects that can be found in many colors

    Crape Myrtle Bark Scale

    By ferti-lome ® | 402 Words | Posted 5/27/2020 | Comments
    Crape Myrtle Bark Scale is a recent invasive insect from Asia. In its native area it can infest a number of other plants, but right now it is mostly focused on crape myrtles.







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