How to prune Apple trees

  How to prune Apple treesby Ted Adams There is no set type for the shape of a bearing Apple tree, because, depending upon variety, the younger trees will vary from growing erect and slender to open and spreading. Eventually as the tree matures, it will develop into a fine spreading type. Observe your particular tree and if it is […]

Soil-borne fungus diseases

SoilGardT Microbial FungicideProvides long-lasting, broad-spectrum control of soil-borne fungus diseases. SoilGard enlists nature’s beneficial fungi to protect plants from soil-borne fungi! Mix it with soil before transplanting tomatoes and other crops. Only from gardens alive! At our Indiana research farm, root rots are among the most frustrating challenges we face. When adverse conditions prevail (such as prolonged cool, rainy weather), […]

Tomatoe all-natural fertilizer

Tomatoes Alive!® PlusProduces 25% higher yields than the original Tomatoes Alive! And oh! What great flavor! For nearly two decades, gardeners across the country have raved about Tomatoes Alive! Our all-natural fertilizer is a backyard celebrity, famous for producing vigorous plants, big crops and luscious flavor. And now we’ve made a great plant food even better. Tomatoes Alive! Plus, with […]

The Backyard Gardener, Your Prime Garden Source

Tomatoes Alive!® PlusProduces 25% higher yields than the original Tomatoes Alive! And oh! What great flavor! This all-natural fertilizer produces vigorous plants, big crops and luscious flavor in tomatoes, peppers and eggplants. 1 lb bag.As low as $7.45 Each BioBoostTMAll-natural biostimulant activates soil organisms and enhances plant growth. Only from gardens alive! This exciting, all-natural product will work wonders in […]

Organic Insect control

Pyola® Insecticidal Spray Canola oil with pyrethrins — an insecticide from plants for plants Destroys all stages of an insect’s life cycle — from eggs to adults! Has a residual repellent effect on mites and other insects Uses only vegetable derivatives, not strong-smelling petroleum distillates Does not persist for long periods in the environment Contains no piperonyl butoxide Signature Product. […]

Honey and Allergies

Local Honey and Allergies, Revisited, 2009 Some years ago I wrote several articles touting the use of local honey to help alleviate seasonal pollen allergy/hay fever symptoms. I wrote that I had seen local honey used numerous times with very good effect, that it was relatively safe, was inexpensive, and that the honey itself also had other health benefits that […]

Weed control balanced natural lawn fertilizer

WOW! PlusPre-emergence weed control and balanced natural lawn fertilizer all in one handy application! With all-natural WOW! Plus you can weed-and-feed naturally in one operation. Then kick back and relax! Signature Product. WOW! Plus lets you control crabgrass, dandelions and other pesky weeds while feeding your lawn with a complete, balanced, all-natural fertilizer! It’s easy to apply and saves you […]

Pantry Pest Trap

Pantry Pest TrapThousands of customers have relied on this efficient trap The moths usually fill up the inner sticky surface on the bottom first. When it’s full, rotate the trap so a different surface is on the bottom. Is one Indian meal moths trap as good as another? In our extensive testing over many years, and our personal experience, we […]

Cupboard Moth TrapT

Cupboard Moth TrapTOur easy-to-use traps stop Indian meal moths from ruining food in your pantry. Our Cupboard Moth Traps draw pantry moths with a patented striped pattern plus powerful pheromones, then trap them on the sticky surface. Signature Product. Has this ever happened to you? You open a box of cereal and find the contents clinging to the sides of […]

All-Natural Fertilizer Vegetables

Alive!® All-Natural FertilizerVegetables Alive!®Dramatically increases yields of lettuce, peas, broccoli, cabbage, beans, cucumbers, melons and more! For superior crops and blooms this summer, mix all-natural Alive! fertilizers into soil after seeds have germinated, or when setting out transplants, then side-dress several weeks later. It’s a fact: Garden plants grow better in good, rich, organic soil than in soil laced with […]