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What Albuquerque Gardeners Should Do in January:  

  • Make plans for gardens and landscape.  
  • On sunny days, do some winter pruning.
  • Water trees, shrubs and garden.
  • Inspect houseplants, repot if needed, mildly fertilize and clean up.
  • Apply Bonide All Seasons spray to fruit trees, shade trees and shrubs.
  • Prepare gardening tools for spring, clean sharpen and oil.
  • Check our website for a list of upcoming seminars.
  • Attend January seminars.
  • Pledge to read all labels thoroughly on fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides that you will use all year.

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