If you want a healthy lawn and are concerned with reducing the amount of pesticides and fertilizers that you put on your lawn, then follow these basic principles to create and maintain a healthy lawn while reducing or eliminating fertilizers and pesticides.
Barley is grown in Maine for livestock feed and, to a lesser extent, for malt production. Maine’s cool climate and generally uniform rainfall favor spring barley production. Learn about markets, field selection, crop rotation, and much more from the experts. 8 pages. 2013.
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Co-authored by University of Maine Cooperative Extension Professor Majorie Peronto, this comprehensive full-color reference manual covers gardens and landscape plantings for Maine and New England. Includes practical advice for growing vegetables, small fruits, annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees. Month-by-month guide from March through October. 324 pages. 2013. $34.95