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 Home>News Archive>2013>September>Get It Growing>

Fall applications of fertilizer can damage plants

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(Audio 09/09/13) Even though it stays hot into September in Louisiana, we have to realize that fall isn't too far away. Plants should start slowing down, and this mean we shouldn't fertilize lawns, shrubs or trees this time of the year. Gardeners can continue to fertilize vegetables and cool-season bedding plants. (Runtime: 60 seconds)

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9/4/2013 1:21:55 PM

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