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Envision the lawn you’d be happy with and fertilize accordingly, says OSU expert
Fertilize your lawn based on your own expectations.
Fertilizer application techniques demystified here
OSU guide describes basic fertilizer application techniques for home gardeners.
Grass clippings are a good source of nutrients for your lawn
Cut fertilizer use by leaving lawn clippings.
Does your garden soil have enough organic matter?
Many problems in home gardens stem from lack of organic matter in the soil.
Here's the scoop on chemical and organic fertilizers
The scoop on organic vs. chemical fertilizers.
For amphibians' sake, be careful with fertilizer
How to help eliminate risk of exposure of amphibians to nitrogen-based compounds. Be careful with fertilizer.
Gardeners can be citizen scientists with Project Budburst
Here’s how to help scientists track climate change in "Project BudBurst."
How to recognize, treat and avoid lilac bacterial blight
Blackened, wilted shoots on lilac mean trouble.
Camellias--Prune after spring bloom
Is your camellia looking a little bedraggled?
Force flowering shrub branches to bloom indoors
Create an early springtime indoors by bringing in branches of flowering shrubs and forcing them into early bloom.