As much as we hate to admit it, fall is coming to our neck of the woods.
The holiday season is upon us, and many of you will be decorating your home for the holidays.
Many of you have seen the appearance of Japanese beetles in your yard.
We finally managed to put together a decent weekend.
I noticed that the leaves are beginning to unfurl on the maple trees in my backyard. As those leaves unfurl, we will probably be seeing one of the first pests of the season.
July has arrived but the hot and humid weather has felt like July for a few weeks. Come on summer polar air!
The heat and humidity has given rise to a huge outbreak of insects in our gardens.
We are almost half way through June and it looks like the weather has gotten past the extended rainy weather.
We had a rainy weekend. I don’t think anyone likes to have a rainy weekend, but we did desperately need the rain for our lawns and gardens.
If you grow just one type of vegetable, it is probably a tomato.
Over the weekend, many people came in to the store asking about what to do about the damage to the tree leaves due to the feeding of the winter moth caterpillar.