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Danna Sims commented on Terrie iverson's blog post Horse tails
"Starting to have Virginia Button weed take over my San Augustine lawn. I live in Orange, Texas where we have lot of rainfall and high humidity. I have been pulling a lot of the invasive weed by hand but now it is way too much to do. Can you…"
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Probably a Newbie Mistake

This is my first year for using Spray-&-Grow. It's now almost the end of the season for us here in our area of the country. What did I find out?1. Yes, the plants are gorgeous. Flowers, garden, everywhere I used it. My cucumber plants, I could have a 2 inch fruit start in the morning and by the next day that fruit would be too large. Had to go to a twice a day picking just to get the right size for making pickles.2. But, I believe I used it too much. The directions mentioned using it on a…See More
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Gardener of the Week is Bill Wilms from Racine, Wisconsin. “I am very pleased with the results from Spray-N-Grow on both vegetables and flowers. This picture is of me with my alliums, which were sprayed only twice with Spray-N-Grow.”

 





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Probably a Newbie Mistake

This is my first year for using Spray-&-Grow. It's now almost the end of the season for us here in our area of the country. What did I find out?

1. Yes, the plants are gorgeous. Flowers, garden, everywhere I used it. My cucumber plants, I could have a 2 inch fruit start in the morning and by the next day that fruit would be too large. Had to go to a twice a day picking just to get the right size for making pickles.

2. But, I believe I used it too much. The directions…

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Posted by Kathi Robinson on September 11, 2016 at 8:26pm

No Fungus!

Hi, I just started using Spray N Grow this season. I have noticed that the rose bushes are not showing any signs of fungus. It is now July. Has anyone else noticed this? I did purchase Serenade, but have not used it.
I do have a couple spots of Brown Patch or Dollar Spot in the lawn. Maybe I could use the Serenade for that?
Anyone's info is helpful. Thanks.
Margie

Posted by Margie Judd on July 5, 2016 at 12:57pm

Horse tails

Does your Burn Out product get rid of horse tails?   If not does anyone know how to get rid of the invasive weed?

Posted by Terrie iverson on June 7, 2016 at 2:35pm — 2 Comments

Radishes

This is my first year using. My question is radishes. They don't like a lot of nitrogen. Can I use it on them?

Mike

Posted by Michael Diehl on June 3, 2016 at 9:53am — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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