Recent Blog Posts

  • Halloween Birds

    October 1, 2012
    Halloween is a spooky season, but what spooky birds are associated with this fun holiday? From scary birds to colorful ones, there are many different birds that can be used in Halloween decorations, unique activities, or just enjoying autumn wildlife.
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  • Canning for Gifts

    September 1, 2012
    Fresh canned foods can be delicious and thoughtful gifts, but if you know how to can, how can you go about turning your jars into stunning gifts?
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  • Tips for cleaning your pool or spa

    August 15, 2012
    Cleanliness is the path to greater relaxation. It's a fact, when you establish a proper cleaning and maintenance routine for your spa or hot tub, you can prevent filter problems, murky water and reduced effectiveness of spa care products.
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  • Safe Propane Tank Usage

    August 1, 2012
    Warmer temperatures bring more of us outdoors. Grilling, relaxing in the lawn with a firepit, using a propane-fueled mosquito repellent.
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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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  • Getting Birds Used to a New Feeder

    June 1, 2012
    Buying a new bird feeder is exciting, but it can also be disappointing when the new feeder doesn't have a single bird enjoying its feast. Whether you're buying your first or your fiftieth bird feeder, these five tips can help ensure the birds discover it.
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  • Mosquito Bites and Your Dog

    May 15, 2012
    Although your dog’s fur or hair offers some protection against mosquito bites, he is still vulnerable in places where his skin is exposed, for example, his ears and nose.
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  • Basic Composting How-To's

    May 1, 2012
    Starting a compost pile is as easy as following a cooking recipe. Just get the right ingredients together, mix well, and let it cook.
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  • Caring for your newly seeded lawn

    April 15, 2012
    Sowing grass seed in your yard is no small task. Newly seeded lawns take a lot of time and attention, particularly in the following two months when sprouts appear and roots develop. Ensure that your new yard is strong, healthy and attractive by following these tips.
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