Our annual Wildlife Weekend is coming up! On Friday afternoon we will have a come and go Q&A session over food plots!
UPDATE: THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED
Congratulations to Cindy Kendrick, winner of the first hutch!
New giveaway starts week of 4/6 --- Stay tuned!
This Chick-N-Hutch by Ware Mfg. is a great way to start your small flock, or add to an existing hen home! The Chick-N-Hutch is a heavy duty house for pet chickens featuring a full-size folding front door, easy access egg door in back, adjustable roosting bar, easy-to-clean tray, wind-guard design and adjustable, shingled roof. Accommodates 2-4 chickens.
If you can't wait to win one, we have several in stock for
$189.99 assembled / $169.99 in box
Linseisen's is giving away a hutch!
Drawing will be Wednesday, March 29.
Get 1 entry credit per action below - max of 4 credits per person.
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2. LIKE & COMMENT on original Facebook photo
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4. COMMENT on THIS blog post
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TWO DAYS ONLY!
WIN a YETI 30 quart Soft-Sided Cooler - value of $349.99
Get one entry for each of these items purchased:
power equipment (anything with a serial number) or protective apparel (great practical gift!)
All Seasons wildlife feeders
Corinthian Bells windchimes
Exclusive pet food
Infinia pet food
We will be open regular hours:
Friday 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
TREES & SHRUBS:
[Note: I'm publishing this in October as a heads up to PREVENT damage from pruning at the wrong time. Many spring-flowering shrubs have already formed their flower buds, which we don't want to lose! While you can lightly prune just to correct shape or errant branches, you don't want to go overboard. Evergreen shrubs and trees can be cleaned up now, but no later than November so as to allow them time to slow growth in wintertime. We've got awesome weather for weekend gardening - enjoy! -- Carey]
WHEN TO PRUNE FLOWERING SHRUBS
By Douglas F. Welsh, Landscape Horticulturist
If a shrub is grown for its flowers, time the pruning to minimize disruption of blooming. Spring-flowering shrubs bloom on last season's growth and should be pruned soon after they bloom. This allows for vigorous summertime growth and results in plenty of flower buds the following year. [Prune late spring after flowering]
Some examples of shrubs that bloom on last seasons's growth are:
Some shrubs that bloom after June usually do so from buds which are formed on shoots that grow the same spring. These shrubs should be pruned in late winter to promote vigorous shoot growth in spring. [Prune January-February]
Examples of shrubs that bloom on current season's growth include:
For complete information on pruning shrubs, consult our website: www//aggie.horticulture.tamu.edu