To achieve a great lawn, you must not only feed the lawn, but FEED THE SOIL, too. Jonathan Green’s “New American Lawn Plan” focuses on the latter using three simple steps. In fact, you might say, that the “New American Lawn Plan” is as easy to remember as “U-S-A”: Use genetically superior BLACK BEAUTY grass seed! Stop soil compaction and stimulate soil microbes with … [Read more...] about The New American Lawn Plan: A Revolutionary Approach to Lawn Care
Archives for April 2015
Handy Camel released a “mini” version of their successful original heavy-duty Handy Camel Bag Clip for home and smaller bag use in late 2014. After being awarded the Bronze Award for New Products and a Retailers’ Choice Award at the 2013 National Hardware Show in Las Vegas, The Handy Camel didn’t want to stop momentum. So they started working on a prototype for a smaller … [Read more...] about Handy Camel Set for a Great 2015 with Expanding Product Line
By Abby Kleckler Managing Editor, Lawn & Garden Retailer Miniature gardening is here to stay, and many retailers have been amping up their products in this category. Whether you haven’t given miniatures much thought, or have fully embraced the offerings, Clark Hermanson, garden center manager at Pesche’s Garden Center in Des Plaines, Illinois, has five merchandising … [Read more...] about 5 Miniature Gardening Must-Dos
Great Lakes Forest Products, Inc. announces the launch of a wood cedar product line that greatly enhances the beauty and experience of outdoor gardening. Since 1989, Great Lakes Forest Products has been producing value added wood products for various markets throughout the United States. They are a family owned business that takes much pride in building high quality wood … [Read more...] about Great Lakes Forest Products
Japanese beetles made a comeback especially in the mid-Atlantic region of the country. For every 1000 adult beetles you saw during the summer months last year, there may be up to 50,000 grubs come this spring. The best way to combat Japanese beetles is to attack them at their most vulnerable stage of their life cycle…the grub stage. Proper education is key to eradicating the … [Read more...] about Japanese Beetles Eating Up Everything!