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Upcoming SiteOne Landscape Supply Trade Shows

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Upcoming SiteOne Landscape Supply Trade Shows

  SiteOne Landscape Supply University is a perfect opportunity for landscapers to learn about our products and meet us in person.  At SiteOne® Landscape Supply prides themselves on offering the industry leading products served up with ‘World Class’ customer service. One of there main objectives is not only to be the nation’s leading supplier but also to help our valued customers keep ahead of the learning curve and grow their business. We will be attaending the folllowing shows: January 30, 2018 - Olathe, KS - Embassy Suites - 913.353.9280 February 08, 2018 - Des Moines, IA - Ramada Tropics Resort - 515.278.0271...

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Great Crops for your Winter Greenhouse

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Great Crops for your Winter Greenhouse

Want to keep your greenhouse productive during the cold winter months? These nine cool-season edibles, plus one summer crop, are good options to get you started. Growing edibles in winter can be more challenging than in the warmer months, but the combination of the shelter of the greenhouse and the cold tolerance of these edibles means you can enjoy a harvest year-round. Most important make sure to add in Ultra Compost PRO Crumbles. Growing in a greenhouse gives you more options for when you start your seeds or set out your seedlings. You can set out seedlings for many of these edibles...

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Thinking of the Landfills During the Holidays

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Thinking of the Landfills During the Holidays

We don’t want this to be a downer topic, and make you feel like you should revamp your entire holiday season - however, there are a few easy things you can do to help the environment this holiday season. Mother Nature takes quite a beating from us, through chemicals applied to our gardens and landscapes, toxins released into the atmosphere, and tons of waste being hauled to the landfills. If we could make even a slight dent in this, especially during the holidays when the numbers of waste become incredulous, wouldn’t you? Here are a few ideas you can implement...

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Recipes for Holiday Leftovers

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Recipes for Holiday Leftovers

We’ve been talking a lot about food waste, but it’s a subject that is near and dear to our heart. Holidays are filled with food and family, but with all of that food tends to come a lot of food waste. When you don’t make plans for the leftovers, it can be easy for parts to get left by the wayside and before you know it, you’ve got food waste. Here at Ultra Compost, we have a few tasty recipes that will make your holiday leftovers not only taste delicious but also be a great way to use them up...

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Plants to Grow Indoors During the Winter

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Plants to Grow Indoors During the Winter

While we may find ourselves sulking over the fact that we can’t do all of the gardening that we would normally do during the summer - we can still keep our green thumb alive! Winter is a great time to bring some plants indoors and focus on your indoor gardening techniques. Of course, some plants aren’t as great indoors, so it’s important to do a little bit of research first. Here are our top pics for indoor plants to keep during the winter - and don’t forget while potting them that they still need organic compost to keep them healthy...

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