John Wells

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Name: John Wells
Date registered: August 12, 2011

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  1. Take Some Time Off From Lawn Care — December 16, 2011
  2. Add A Little Frostiness To Your Florida Landscape — December 16, 2011
  3. Rusty looking citrus problems? — December 16, 2011

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Take Some Time Off From Lawn Care

Many  areas in Northwest Florida have experienced some cooler weather and some have  even seen a frost.  This means that warm  season lawn grasses are going dormant for the winter. December and January are  months to take a break from lawn care unless you have overseeded with ryegrass. Centipede,  St. Augustine, zoysia, bahia and Bermuda …

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Add A Little Frostiness To Your Florida Landscape

In  Northwest Florida, the temperatures have been a bit warmer than some would like  during a holiday season.  If you have  dreams of Jack Frost nipping at your nose or seeing your good friend Frosty the  Snowman, take heart.  Today’s article  will bring visions of winter wonderlands to your Florida garden. Diamond  Frost® – Euphorbia …

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Rusty looking citrus problems?

Citrus grown in the home landscape can be attacked by a number of insect  and mite pests.  Some are large enough to  be spotted early in their infestation.   Others are so small that you can’t see them without magnification. Consequently,  you don’t tend to notice their damage until it’s too late to do anything about  …

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