Planting Root Vegetables in Fall

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If you intend to grow a fall vegetable garden, you should go for planting root vegetables. These vegetables require a short amount of time before they sprout. Additionally, they can withstand the dry conditions of fall. Therefore, you can sow these vegetables in late summer and early fall. They can remain in the garden until the first frosts, and many of them will last even longer. Afterward, you can harvest and store them- or enjoy them immediately in a salad or stew! These low-maintenance vegetables do not require much effort on behalf of the owner. The fall temperature is appropriate to produce root vegetables. The cold soil allows them to incorporate the soil nutrients into their organs and then utilize …

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Common Summer Issues: Drought, Pests, Weeds, and Fungal Diseases

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With all the delights of summer, it also comes with its own list of concerns when it comes to lawn care. Drought, garden pests, summer weeds, and fungal lawn diseases are among the most worrisome. Fortunately, Frisco Lawn Pros is ready to take care of you and your yard no matter what you’re facing. Let’s take a look at each of these factors and learn a bit more about why they’re an issue specifically in the summer:  Drought This one seems like a no-brainer. Even though Texas can experience drought any time of the year, it is most hazardous to your landscape in the hot, long days of summer. But the solution may not be as clear-cut as you think. …

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