Newsletters >> November 2012 Newsletter (vol.12)
IN THIS ISSUE
- Our Springfield, MO Location is Moving!
- Jain Irrigation Updates Their Chapin Tubes
- 1 Year Anniversary for our E-News
- Tulips and Daffodils and Crocus, Oh My!
- November Garden Tips
- Seed Catalog is Now Available
- Heater Maintenance 101
IN OTHER NEWS
- Kansas Turfgrass Conference
12/4-12/6 Topeka, KS
- Missouri Green Industry
12/6 St. Charles, MO
- National Green Centre
1/6-1/7 St. Louis, MO
- Green & Growin' Show
1/14-1/18 Greensboro, NC
HUMMERT’S FUN FACT
91% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day.
4500 Earth City Expressway
Earth City, MO 63045
phone: (800) 325-3055
fax: (314) 506-4510
e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
New location grand opening January 7th, 2013
1835 North Glenstone Avenue, Springfield, MO 65803
(800) 288-3131 • (417) 866-0230
Jain irrigation has changed the design of their Chapin Tubes. The new plastic twist on/off design replaces all of the old lead weights with a push/pull mechanism. Please see the below brochure for more product information. Please call our sales dept if you have any questions or if you would like to request samples.
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The trees are almost bare and there is not much left to do outside in the garden. The list of outdoor chores is dwindling, along with available daylight. Now is the perfect time of year to take a look around your yard and start dreaming of tulips and daffodils and crocus, oh my!
- Drain your hoses and sprinklers and shut off hose faucets before low temperatures arrive.
- Rake up fallen leaves and put them in your compost pile (discard any diseased leaves).
- Remove all plant material from your garden and dispose of it either in your compost bin or in your green recycling container.
- Clean and store clay pots.
- Upturn concrete planters.
- Store outdoor furniture.
- Apply trunk wrap to trees likely to be damaged by rubbing deer.
- Reduce or stop fertilizing houseplants for the winter.
- Provide food and water for wildlife.
- Make sure your snow blower is ready for winter service.
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A long hot summer is finally at its end. It’s almost time to turn on your greenhouse heating system for the first time in many months. Before doing so you should perform routine checks to ensure that your heating equipment will function properly when you need it most. We recommend you check your heaters before you actually need them so you’re not left out in the cold.