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Not Digging Those Moles? We Have Things That Do the Trick!

We’re sure you’ve seen them at some point: holes, bumps and humps in your yard. When you notice a series of 3 – 5 inch ridges destroying your lawn, breaking up the soil and forcing you to lose your patience, you know moles have come to visit. If the destruction is simply too much to bear, it’s time to get serious and take back your yard! Joe’s Market Basket offers a couple of quality options for combating these pests that wreak havoc, especially this time of year.

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How to Beautify Small Spaces

With the plethora of plants and potting options, it is time to get rid of the misconception that in order to have the prettiest backyard in the neighborhood, it needs to be the biggest. Regardless of the compactness of your backyard, you can beautify your small space and make the most of your outdoor oasis with these unique gardening ideas:

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The Secret Behind Your Soil

No matter how green of a thumb you may have, you need healthy soil for your garden to truly grow and thrive. To ensure that your garden bed’s soil is healthy, you need to understand soil’s five key components:

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Spread the Word! It’s Pollinator Week June 19-25

Gardeners everywhere appreciate the importance of pollinators. Pollinator Week, June 19-25, brings the importance of pollination to the forefront and to the masses. Most of us remember from grade school what pollination is: it occurs when pollen is moved from flower to flower by the birds and the bees, bats, butterflies and even the wind. We need pollination transfer so plants thrive and seeds grow, but why else is it so important? There are many foods produced that we eat every day. Apples, blueberries, coffee and chocolate ALL need the help of pollinators. In the US, pollination by honeybees, native bees, and other insects produces $40 billion worth of products annually.

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