Fall cold crops are crops that grow as the days get shorter and cooler. The soil must be permeable to the roots of these cold crops so that they can develop into edible sizes. It is also best when planting root crops to make sure your soil is phosphorous and potassium rich and somewhat nitrogen poor.
Several customers are complaining about Wasp, Hornets, Cicada Killers, and Yellow Jackets being extremely aggressive this year. Fall is the time that we will notice an increase in the activity of wasps and bees.
As summer transitions into fall, the landscape undergoes a colorful transformation with the emergence of various wildflowers. Two of the most commonly observed plants during this season are ragweed and goldenrod. While they may look somewhat similar at first glance, they are quite distinct in their characteristics and properties.