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How to Cover Plants for Frost Protection

September 16th, 2008

In areas where a late spring frost or even an early fall hard frost can threaten garden and landscaping plants, there are ways plant lovers can protect them. Weather is unpredictable, even in those areas where plants are suitable for their growing zone. You can protect plants from frost if you are both prepared and […]

Vole problem around our plants

September 15th, 2008

My husband and I started using Jungle Flora this year according to directions which meant fertilizing with the product every 2 weeks for 6 weeks and then fertilizing monthly until Fall. We stopped fertilizing mid-August (we live in the Portland, Oregan area) and about 2 weeks later we noticed small holes in the soil and […]

Diatomaceous Earth, How Do We Love Thee?

September 1st, 2008

We’re letting YOU count the ways. Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth is one of our favorite products at GHS, and we’d like for the entire world to know about this natural wonder. If you’ve already had success using our Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth, we hope you’ll add your comments to this blog and tell others of […]

All Natural Snake Repellent that really works!

August 14th, 2008

Because snakes are always on the move looking for new territories, you need a snake repellent that stops them before they get comfortable near your home! The first line of defense is cleaning up any clutter that may be around your property. Do not make it easy for snakes to hide. Make sure all garbage […]

Funny looking mold on my mulch

August 8th, 2008

Dear Master Gardener: I have two questions. My first questions deals with this funny looking mold (I think) that is appearing on my landscape mulch. Could you give me some more information about this mold? Here is a photo.  My second question deals with my Veronica plant. As the plant grew this spring, it started […]

Photo of the Heirloom Tomato Plants we purchased!

August 1st, 2008

Here are some photos of our English garden, finally redone. I thought you might like to see some photos of the wonderful plants we purchased from you. The Amish Paste and Brandwines have exceeded our expectations. Keep in mind, this is an organic garden, totally–no pesticides, no artificial fertilizers. Regards, Lyn  

Nematode for Grub Control

August 1st, 2008

I am looking for a particular species of nematode for grub control. Can you ID the species that you distribute? Thanks for any help. Darrell

Pumpkin Plant Has No Female Flowers

August 1st, 2008

Just wanted to ask a quick question. All my pumpkin plants are doing great and I have a large number of pumpkins. But the cotton candy pumpkin, has a large number of male flowers but no female flowers yet?? Is there a problem? I do notice some white powder on some of the leaves on […]

How to apply Milky Spore Powder

July 28th, 2008

This short video shows how easy it is to apply Milky Spore powder to your yard. You will notice we are using the Milky Spore dispenser for easy application of the powder.

Meaty Topic

July 27th, 2008

Do you ever wish you could wave a wand and make dinner appear like magic? Well, here’s your wand! We have added canned meats to our line of incredible products, and they make meal preparation a cinch. Besides being delicious and convenient, they’re wholesome–prepared with no artificial ingredients. They have a long shelf life, so […]