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Rats or Mice in And Around Your Home?

You may have, may know someone or will face the dilemma of rodents in your home. Rats or mice in your home is never a fun experience. How do you get them out? You don't want to kill them in a place that you can't get them out? What options do I have and what works the best? Knowing where you think your rat is living is one important factor. Also, knowing where not to let it die is another. If you kill your pest in an attic, it will be harder to get it out; just make sure you can find your dead pest! Read More

Container Gardening

Container gardening offers something for everyone. Think of it as a work of art and yourself as the artist. You might want simplicity--a single plant, the same color as the chosen pot. Or you may want to find foliage plants (no flowers, please!) of many different sizes, textures and colors to create an arrangement that reminds one of a modern art painting.
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Controlling Rabbits

Rabbits are one of the most loved and adored animals around. They are kept as pets, appear in children's books and even have a celebrated icon in the Easter Bunny. So it's hard for some people to believe that they can also be one of the country's greatest pests. But a few happy rabbits can wipe out a nice garden in no time.
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Water Authority Board Declares Drought Alert Condition with Mandatory Water-Use Restrictions

July 24, 2014 -The San Diego County Water Authority's Board of Directors on Thursday unanimously activated the next stage of the region's drought response plan and declared a Drought Alert condition calling for mandatory water conservation measures to keep as much water as possible in storage for 2015.
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August Lawn Care

This is the time of year when warm-season lawns, such as Bermuda, zoysia, and St. Augustine are looking their best, but cool-season lawns such as Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue are looking their worst. Water warm-season lawns deeply and infrequently, feed them every month to six weeks, and mow them as short as possible.
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Cranberry Orange Apple Crisp

Preheat oven to 375°F. Lightly spoon flour into a dry measuring cup, level with a knife. Combine flour, cornmeal, 1/4 cup granulated sugar and brown sugar in a bowl, cut in butter with a pastry blender until the mixture is crumbly.
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