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With heat and humidity raising some lawns my experience issues with fungus and disease. i.e. Brown Patch, Dollar Spot, Red Thread, etc. Best practice is a preventative application. Such as Heritage G.

Lawns with higher nitrogen levels tend to be more susceptible. 
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5/12/17
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A deep water culture system is a great way to get started in hydroponics. Allowing you to learn the ecosystem of plant growth.

Simple DIY project. Have this setup on a old wheelbarrow. Allowing me to roll the system inside until it’s warm enough at night to leave them out.

I’ll be posting some of what I’ve learned about this system. How water temperature effects dissolved oxygen levels, parts per million, fertilizing, etc. http://smartplanters.com/

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Working on a review for the “Salad Box”. A passive hydroponic system. http://smartplanters.com/
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For many of us mowing season started early. Don’t forget to service your mower. http://smartplanters.com/sharpen-your-blades/


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Today’s sod soil temperature, 58.2°F at 1” depth. Eastern Tennessee region.
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Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center Image Gallery. Off Gird Living and sustainability. http://smartplanters.com/gallery/narrow-ridge-earth-literacy-center/
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The average worker bee makes about one-twelfth of a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime. She will live for about 6 weeks.
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