Recent Blog Posts

  • Wood Pellet Facts

    December 1, 2012
    Did you know that every ton of pellets used vs. oil reduces CO2 emissions by about 1.5 tons? Total emissions offset this year will be nearly 4.5 million tons of CO2. Learn more interesting facts about wood pellets.
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  • Renovating an Overgrown Houseplant

    November 15, 2012
    Branching, shrub-like houseplants, such as scented geranium, hibiscus, flowering maple, begonia, and schefflera, need regular pruning to keep them healthy and attractive. Ideally, you should begin pruning while the plant is small.
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  • Fertilizing your Lawn in the Fall

    October 1, 2012
    It's not unusual to fertilize your lawn in the spring, but don't let the cooler temperatures of autumn fool you. Fall actually is the best time to fertilize the grass, even better than springtime.
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  • Caring for Your Dog’s Coat

    September 15, 2012
    Coat care basics include brushing, bathing, regular inspections and a healthy diet.
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  • Repairing Your Lawn

    September 1, 2012
    If your lawn has problem areas due to disease, an accidental fertilizer spill or just an area where the grass plants are thin, Agway has solutions to fit your needs. There are 3 basic ways to repair problem areas: patching with sod, patching with seed and overseeding.
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  • Lawn Mowing Tips

    August 15, 2012
    Mowing your lawn properly is more than just pushing a mower around the grass. Proper mowing can help control weeds, encourage deep roots for less water use, and create an attractive, healthy, enviable lawn.
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  • Furminator Deshedding Tools for Dogs

    August 1, 2012
    Learn how to use the furminator to get significantly less pet hair.
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  • Simple Summer Lawns

    July 15, 2012
    Keeping your lawn a lush and healthy oasis during the hot summer months is a breeze with regular maintenance and the help of Agway products. Lawn-care maintenance involves three simple tasks: watering, mowing and fertilizing. Click here for the rest of the article: Simple Summer Lawns
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  • Controlling Tomato Problems

    July 1, 2012
    It takes skill and ingenuity to raise blemish-free flavorful tomatoes and protect them from insects, diseases and other pests. Here's how to handle existing problems and prevent new ones.
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  • Recognizing and Removing Poison Ivy

    June 15, 2012
    Wild vines are at home in the dappled shade of the woods/lawn interface. It is not uncommon for the suburban homeowner to find long chains of serrated leaves snaking out of the woods and across the lawn.
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