Rural Fire Safety: 3 Ways To Protect Your Crops And Your Property From Wildfires


In January 2016, there were 439 wildfires that destroyed more than 3,000 acres of land. If that's how many fires there are in one month, think about how much devastation happens annually in the United States. Thousands upon thousands of acres are destroyed annually. If you live in a rural wooded area with lots of brush, your property is at risk for catching fire. If you plant crops, they are at risk.

4 October 2016

Three Mistakes To Avoid When Laying Sod


A landscaped yard can make all the difference to the curb appeal of your home. In fact, consumers value a landscaped home 11.3% more than one that has not been landscaped, according to a study conducted by the University of Michigan. Even if you do not have a green thumb or the weather is not on your side, you can still maintain a great looking yard with the help of sod.

12 July 2016

3 Reasons To Use Clay Pots (Instead Of Plastic) For Your Potted Plants


If you are planning on keeping potted plants on your porch or elsewhere, you might be looking for the right type of pot to keep them in. Plastic plant pots are popular because they're affordable, and a lot of potted plants already come in plastic pots, so many people do not feel the need to take them out and put them in something else. However, clay pots can be a better alternative for your potted plants.

15 January 2016