Tips For Setting Up A Saltwater Aquarium

21 October 2015
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If you are planning on setting up a saltwater or reef aquarium, chances are good that you have invested a large amount of money into purchasing the coral and the fish that are needed to populate your aquarium. This means that you are going to want to make sure that you set up the tank exactly right so that you don't accidentally hurt your fish and cause them to die. Here are some tips for setting up your aquarium so that your fish do well and that the money you've invested is worth it. Read More 

How To Lay The Groundwork For A Rototiller Created Garden

18 May 2015
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If you want to start a garden, but just don't have the rototiller, you can rent one and get started on your new garden this weekend. Picking A Spot Before you head to your local rental shop, you need to decide where you want to plant your garden. Most vegetables and fruit require almost full sunlight. A little shade during the day is okay, but the more sun your garden can get, the better off it will be. Read More 

3 Benefits Of St. Augustine Grass

15 May 2015
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If you live in growing zones 8, 9 or 10 of the United States, then you have probably considered filling your lawn with St. Augustine grass seed. This is a very good choice for this area of the country for various reasons. The beautiful green lawn that you can achieve by spreading St. Augustine grass seed around helps to provide you with that dream landscape that you've always desired. This guide explains three of the benefits of St. Read More 

The Dos And Don’ts Of Fire Safety And Prevention In Your Agricultaral Setting

13 May 2015
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Fire is a serious threat in any business setting, but in an agricultural setting, the the chance of there being a fire can be even greater. Between combustible chemicals and direct exposure to high temperatures, there are many reasons why a fire could easily ignite on your farm. As an agricultural business owner, it is your responsibility to educate yourself about the potential threats and dangers that are hanging around in barns, greenhouses, silos, and other buildings on your property. Read More