Our ponds here in North East Texas are a lot like our pastures. We need to apply agricultural limestone in order to raise the pH and alkalinity.
It happens over time. That beautiful tree that is such an asset in the landscape, that provides wonderful shade in the best possible place, will have its roots growing up above the lawn. These exposed roots can hamper mowing efforts and even be a walking hazard.
To get yourself into the holiday spirit this season, consider these few decorating tips.
Protect Your Crops From Freezing This Season
Composting is an excellent way to utilize your landscape and food “waste.” Instead of disposing of these resources, you can put them back into the earth.
Growing and eating blueberries is a distinctly American tradition.
Growing a pawpaw tree can bring an intriguing fruit to your East Texas backyard.
Pears are attractive trees, produce good fruit, have few management problems and can last for years.
Summer annual crops are ideal for cattle to graze upon.
Pomegranates can be grown in East Texas, but doing so will require some ingenuity.