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Alan’s Answers: How Do You Control Grassburs?

Sunday, August 2nd, 2020

What are grassburs and how do you prevent them from invading your lawn?
Now is the time to apply pre-emergent herbicide every 6 weeks through the end of September. We stock Amaze, XL Herbicide, and others. We also offer organic treatment, such as Corn Gluten Meal.  Our trained sales staff can help you choose the best […]

Fall Fertilizing & Lawn Care

Monday, September 9th, 2019

The timeline to apply fall pre-emergent herbicide to your lawn is the beginning of September through mid to late October. There are three criteria that must be met for seeds to germinate:
Correct moisture
Correct temperature
A good location (soil)
When these conditions are met, the seed will sprout and you will have weeds.
New Braunfels Feed and Supply offers […]

Starting with Garden Seeds

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Fresh Garden Seeds and Burpee Non-GMO seeds are in stock! Tis the Season for Planting
Are you looking to start your garden by planting seeds? Start your plants inside with fresh garden & vegetable seeds from New Braunfels Feed & Supply. We offer Burpee packaged vegetables, a large variety of flowers and Livingston packaged seeds.
But that’s […]

Alan’s Answers: How to Start Raising Chickens

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Wondering How to Start Raising Chickens? Poultry breeds come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Families interested in eggs or meat typically choose chickens. But show birds, game birds, waterfowl and turkeys are becoming increasingly popular for people who simply enjoy watching colorful, unique birds in their backyards.
If you’re looking to get fresh […]

When is the Best Time to Plant Fall Grass?

Wednesday, July 25th, 2018

Fall Grass
Fall is an important transition time for our yards and pastures as we start preparing for the cold winter months ahead. One way to start winterizing your yard is planting annual cool season Fall Grass seeds.
Start planting your cool season grass seeds when the fall temperatures reach 75° and are dropping.  In Texas, temperatures may not […]

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