Don’t Re-Sod Your Sick Lawn »

A common knee jerk reaction is to re-sod those areas where the established turf looked good last year, but this year it looks Read more…

Dealing with Nature on a Higher Plane »

The following article is addressed to the gardeners that are gray haired and those that are the young generation, entertaining the idea of Read more…

Soil Management Course »

SOIL MANAGEMENT COURSE TO BE TAUGHT AT MIDLANDS TECHNICAL COLLEGE (beginning Mon. Feb. 9)

LEARN ABOUT “THE WORLD BENEATH OUR FEET” Read more…

What Home Vegetable Gardeners Have in Common »

Is your neighbor a backyard gardener? The chances are 37 percent of your neighbors will have a garden next year. That is about Read more…

5 Ways to Spend the Evenings for Educational Enlightenment with Entertainment »

A few years ago while walking out of a meeting with the Jungle Taming Newsletter crew, I made the remark that that evening Read more…

Let’s Set the Record Straight »

LET’S SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT

There has been confusion on when to fertilize and apply herbicides to our four warm Read more…

7 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Yard »

In the last 43 years that I have been involved in the landscape/green industry endeavor, I have witnessed many changes. Most of these Read more…

Welcome to My Gardening World »

Welcome to My Gardening World

 

AUGUST HOME VEGETABLE GARDEN PLANTING DATES & VARIETIES

Ron Cowart

I hope the readers of Jungle Read more…

What is Tunneling in My Lawn? »

MOLES

Identification

Moles are cylindrical, torpedo shaped. They are often mistaken as mice or rats when seen. The most notable aspect of Read more…

My Lawn Was Beautiful Last Fall, But Now It’s Disastrous »

The above statement is echoing throughout the Midlands of South Carolina, and everybody I have talked to is sure the condition is a Read more…