If you've recently taken on a new job as a groundskeeper for the local golf course, it's a whole different experience from doing other landscaping work. There are some things you'll want to keep in mind as you're dealing with the fairways and the green because the way the grass is cut and cared for will have a significant effect on the quality of the golf game. Here are some things to think about:
If you have several old alfalfa hay bales in your barn, you may be reluctant to feed it to your horses, especially if they have turned moldy. Besides a strong, musty smell, you should also look for the following signs that your bales are moldy and not safe for your horses to eat: Gray or Black Patches on the Outside If your hay bales are moldy, you will most likely see is the presence of gray or black patches on the outside.
If you have just finished building your new flower gardens and have all your flowers planted, you know how much work this can be. Even though the gardens will be beautiful once the flowers start to grow you can make them nice and tidy by adding mulch to the gardens. Mulch also offers many other benefits. Below is some information about this so you can get started: Benefits of Mulch
Getting into the agricultural business can be a profitable one, but you need the right tools and equipment put into place in order to ensure your success. There is no reason to create your business by hand when so many awesome options are available on the market to help you. Whether it comes to watering your plots or keeping pests at bay, there is machinery and accessories available to get the job done with less manpower, electricity, and money. On this blog you'll learn about the best pesticides, fertilizers, and weeders to use on your farm. You'll also gain some insight into the best machinery to use depending on your specific type of agricultural endeavor. And once in awhile you may even gain some insight into the best times of year to grow particular types of crops.