Five Ways Invasive Weeds & Plants Can Ruin Your Golf Course

Posted on: 12 March 2015

A golf course is not only about having challenging and fun holes; it's about the beauty and pristine nature along the way. An ideal golf course features lush green fairways, easy access for golfers, and gorgeous water views that can also play as hole hazards. When weeds overtake these elements, it can ruin both the visual and playing experience. Sometimes a janitor or grounds crew isn't enough. When the following five problems escalate on your course, commercial weed control companies may be needed.
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Make Your Own Headboard From A Door And Mantel Shelf In 7 Easy Steps

Posted on: 20 February 2015

If you are tired of your headboard, then make your own. It's an easy project that anyone can do, and you will have a beautiful piece of custom piece of furniture in your bedroom when finished. Here is what you need and how you can do it: Materials and tools needed Door – hollow core doors are inexpensive, and they can be easily cut to the appropriate length. Choose one that has a width of at least 30 inches.
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Testing Your Soil Drainage Is Easier Than You Think

Posted on: 28 January 2015

If you are like most gardeners, you've probably read a lot of plant descriptions and noticed that almost all plants need loose, well-drained soil. You may be wondering exactly how you determine if your soil is well-drained. You may have even assumed that if you water your plants and water runs through the bottom of the pot quickly that it means the soil is well drained and you have nothing to worry about.
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3 Things To Expect When You Move Abroad

Posted on: 20 January 2015

Not everyone gets the opportunity to move abroad, so it's understandable you might jump at the chance to do so. Moving to a new country, either temporarily or permanently, is a great way to learn more about the world and explore other cultures. But the whole process, from packing up your old home and moving your things, to finding a home and getting acclimated in your new surroundings, can come as a bit of a shock to the system.
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