Inspect for Pests
If you're looking to bring a lot of plants indoors before the warmer weather arrives, you’ll want to inspect the plants you currently have indoors for bugs and pests. Pay attention to any changes in leaf color or the texture of your plants. If you see any unfamiliar spotting or yellowing, this could be from an insect or pest infestation. We recommend taking a look at the top and undersides of the leaves and examining all parts.
If you want to prevent your indoor house plants from bringing pests indoors, start inspecting them at the beginning of the season before bringing them in for the winter.
Pull The Weeds
It’s time to start cleaning up your garden and prepare for the better weather ahead! Some gardens tend to see an increase in weeds during the winter months. Don’t panic, this is normal! Since you’ve probably spent the winter months curled up in your house rather than in your garden, there is sure to be an increase in weeds. February is the perfect time to get back out there and pull as many weeds as you can. As the weather starts to get progressively better, you’ll want your garden to look its best.
Just because the weather isn’t in your garden’s favor: doesn’t mean you can’t start preparing for springtime weather. From cool weather crops to summer bulbs, there are things you can start doing today to prepare for spring.
As you plan and prepare your seeds and soil, we always recommend taking a look at our TeraGanix products that can help elevate your garden. From EM-1 to EM-Bokashi to soil germination, we have a product that can help your garden thrive in ways you never thought were possible.