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Wild Boar Tomatoes

Posted by Green Acres Nursery & Supply on Apr 18, 2018 4:37:25 PM


Wild Boar Farms, located in the Napa Valley, offers the most stunning-looking tomato varieties each season. Brad Gates is the owner of Wild Boar Farms, and he has been breeding tomatoes and growing heirlooms since 2000. In fact, he has bred and developed several dozen new tomato varieties focusing on bi-color and striped varieties with extreme flavor. The Farm employs organic and sustainable practices and all their tomatoes are non-GMO. The Wild Boar varieties have received good performance feedback for both the home and market gardeners, even in areas with more challenging climates. So grow something new this season — these tomatoes are sure to be the most talked about veggies in your garden this year!


Here’s an overview of the Wild Boar varieties* offered at our nurseries this season: 

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Topics: What Can I Plant This Season?, Garden Planter, Veggies and Herbs, Tomatoes, Dog Days of Summer, grow your own food, Vegetables

The Grass Is Always Greener...

Posted by Green Acres Nursery & Supply on Apr 11, 2018 4:34:48 PM

The Grass Is Always Greener… When You Order Your Sod From Green Acres Nursery & Supply.

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Topics: Sod, Sod in Sacramento, DIY, Delta Bluegrass Sod

Beneficial Nematodes - Pest Management, Naturally 

Posted by Green Acres Nursery & Supply on Mar 26, 2018 2:07:00 PM

Beneficial Nematodes are like the Navy Seals of the good bugs. Trust us, you want these guys in your garden. Applied in the cover of darkness to your soil, lawns and plants, their job is to seek and destroy the enemies of your yard. They alone can manage over 230 different kinds of soil-dwelling and wood-boring insects. Some of their targets are the pests that plague you all season like Japanese beetles, cut worms, wire worms, weevils, white grubs, fungus gnat larvae, flea larvae, subterranean termites and many more.  

Beneficial Nematodes (BN) are completely safe for people, pets and the environment and are compatible with other beneficial insects. The presence of BN will not disturb ladybugs, lacewings, praying mantids or even earthworms.


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Topics: Beneficial Nematodes, Beneficials

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