° Plant warm weather annuals, perennials, and tropicals in abundance for color through spring and summer.
° Make applications of Sluggo Plus to safely control snails, slugs, and pillbugs on tender foliages.
° Put out food and fresh water for songbirds.
° Continue feeding flowering plants to keep them blooming.
° Release Trichogramma wasps to control nut casebearers in pecan trees.
° Apply compost to turf areas for improved growth and better water retention.
° Put up multiple hummingbird feeders and keep them filled with clean, fresh nectar.
° Plant caladium plants and bulbs after the soil warms.
° Apply beneficial nematodes to prevent flea outbreaks and control early grub infestations.
° Apply cornmeal around the base of roses to reduce the potential for blackspot and mildew.
° Plant warm weather veggies such as tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, beans, melons, okra, peppers, and eggplant.
° Apply Ladybug Sylvan mulch to beds and around shrubs and trees to decrease water needs and reduce weeds.
° Broadcast Semaspore bait as soon as young grasshoppers appear.
° Treat emerging fire ant mounds with Come and Get It or orange oil.
° Begin to spray a mix of seaweed and molasses to prevent an outbreak of spider mites.
° Spring only comes once a year. Don’t let a single day pass without spending some time outdoors in your garden.