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Deer Problems Moving Into May

It's true, April shower bring May flowers; and while the rain helps brighten up the appearance of landscapes, it also attracts white-tailed deer to spring flowers. This is something that gardeners need to keep in-mind moving into May. May is a great time to grow a variety of flowers. Here are some flowers to plant [...]

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The Importance Of Bees

When we see a swarm of bees, we usually have two thoughts: 1) "Get them away from me!", and 2) "Wow, they are really annoying." The truth is, bee pollination is very important; not just for their survival, but for our nutritional needs. Did you know that bee pollination accounts for over $20 billion in crop [...]

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Caring For Foster Dogs

Starting a foster program comes with its challenges; but the outcome is a rewarding experience that you and your foster pup will never forget. Starting a dog foster program is a commitment. Once dog lovers decide to take-in dogs, they cannot return the dogs to the animal shelter. Rather, they must first find dogs a new [...]

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Pollinator Gardening Tips

Some plants require pollination in order to grow; and since bee pollination is over a $20 billion industry, we can't afford not to do it right. Here are tips to keep-in mind when starting a pollinator garden in the yard:Use a Variety Of PlantsIt's not that pollinating insects are picky eaters, it's just that it [...]

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What's The Buzz About Honey Bee Production?

Honey Bee production accounts for over $20 billion in U.S. crop production. And, for growers interested in starting a pollinator garden, spring is the time of year to start planting pollinating flowers into fall. According to the American Beekeeping Foundation, some fruits including blueberries, apples, citrus, pears, pumpkin, strawberries and cherries rely predominately on bee pollination. [...]

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Must-Have Deer Fence Accessories

For some companies, promoting accessories may be a way to get a few extra bucks out of you; but for Deerbusters, it's about helping you create a long-lasting garden fence that will stand up to deer damage. While some accessories, such as a fence gate, may add to the aesthetics of your deer fence system, [...]

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It's National Volunteer Week!

National Volunteer Week encourages pet owners to spend time at No-Kill animal shelters or rescues. Each year, approximately 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized (670,000 dogs and 860,000 cats).  This number can be reduced if pet owners can advocate for the fair treatment of animals and encourage others to adopt animals from shelters. Dog owners can start dog [...]

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Teach Early Farmers About Fencing. Here's Why.

Sometimes, it's difficult to remember what it's like first starting out in a career, especially if you have been in the game for quite a while. But, just like anyone, early farmers and gardeners aren't 100% sure what materials they need to start a farm or how to protect it. This is where we come [...]

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It's National Pet Day!

Held annually on April 11th, National Pet Day is a time for pet owners and animal enthusiasts to come together to show appreciation for pets of all kinds.Pets are always there for us - whether its a shoulder to cry on; someone to confide in; or simply someone to play with. There are many ways [...]

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Best Time To Plant Tomatoes

Now that the weather is [finally] warming up, the time has come to plant tomatoes (unless you live in Zone 10). While we cannot decide whether tomatoes are fruits or vegetables, we can all agree that April is the best time of year for planting tomato seeds in the garden - after the last frost, of [...]

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