Clip of the Week: Controlling Weeds

June 24, 2011 at 12:51 AM 2 comments

Happy Friday, everyone! This week’s clip is from our archives and offers tips on controlling the weeds in your garden. The quality isn’t the best, but we felt the value of the information outweighed the quality of the video.


As always, our videos can be viewed on our channel (link to the right) or downloaded for free from the iTunes Store (search for “ed hume”).

I hope you all enjoy your weekend, and we’ll see you here again with a new post on Monday!




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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Nancy  |  July 15, 2011 at 9:58 AM

    Hi, Ed. Having problems with 2 rose bushes, here in the Midwest. Pruned them in spring, as usual, but they are now very rangy, leafy, and without buds or blooms. Any suggestions as to what I can do with them?

    • 2. edhume  |  July 18, 2011 at 12:54 AM

      Hi Nancy,

      With the limited information you have given me, I think the original rose variety has died (probably winter damage). The growth coming from the plant is the root stock. This growth is typically faster growing and often does not flower at first. When and if it does flower, the blooms will often be single and relatively small.

      Now, please understand, I am guessing, but quite confident that is the problem.

      Hope this information helps!

      -Ed Hume


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