Newsletters   >>   June 2013 Newsletter (vol.19)

IN THIS ISSUE


IN THIS ISSUE

 

The Perfect Shade

Port-A-Cool Fan

Protect Landscaping From Japanese Beetles

Hummert Expo

Benefits of ZeroTol

June Garden Tips


IN OTHER NEWS

Hummert Springfield Location last Saturday for the Season 6/29

Grow More Vegetables Seed Grant Program


UPCOMING

EVENTS

First day of Summer - 6/21

We will be closed in observance of Independence Day –7/4 and 7/5

OFA Short Course
Columbus, OH –
7/13-7/16


HUMMERT’S FUN FACT

Torenia, a shade-loving annual, is called the wishbone flower. Look for tiny wishbone-shaped stamens inside the purple, blue or burgundy petals.


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The Perfect Shade

Shade Houses

 

As the spring breeze moves out and the summer heat moves in, many greenhouse growers start scrambling to get shade cloth. But what kind of shade cloth do you need? While most people simply think shade is shade, there is a lot more that goes into getting the perfect shade cloth for your greenhouse/application.

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Protect Landscaping From Japanese Beetles

Japanese Beetle

 

Summer is finally here which means vacations and warmer temperatures. As the summer heat increases, so do the number of insects. One of the most troublesome insects in the eastern United States is the Japanese beetle. The Japanese beetle causes major damage to urban landscapes.

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Benefits of Zerotol

Zerotol

 

 

What is ZeroTol?

 

ZeroTol is an environmentally-responsible, liquid algaecide/fungicide used to prevent and control disease on turf and ornamentals. Its professional strength formula eliminates plant pathogens providing superior results and healthy plants.

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June Garden Tips

Gardening
  • Install tomato cages/stakes
  • Watch for summer weeds and keep them under control
  • Check for slugs during rainy periods
  • Move houseplants outside to shaded areas
  • Water your lawn as needed
  • Remove old flower heads from annual bedding plants to keep them blooming
  • Watch for and control black spot and powdery mildew on rose foliage