Ground Hog Day – good time to start onion and leek seeds under grow lights.
Fat Tuesday – Call Terry for a fertilizer quote. Late winter is a great time to treat your pasture. Remember soil samples can be dropped at Gregg Farms. Instructions on our website, greggfarmservices.com
Chick Day 2/10/16 – our first hatch of baby chicks
arrive; pre-ordered chicks are eligible for a 10% discount; talk to Paul now. complete list on our website.
Super Bowl Sunday Apply a pre-emergent to your lawn and prevent crab grass and dandelions. Pre-emergents don’t actually kill seeds, just keep them from germinating, so it needs to be done well before signs of growth.
Valentine’s Day – all jewelry, belts, accessories and purses will be on sale in February for Valentine’s Day!
Arkansas Pondstockers resumes fish delivery this month. Watch our facebook page for an exact date.
President’s Day – good time to start lettuce, celery, and early tomato seedlings under grow lights.
Last Day of February - start broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower & brussel sprout seeds indoor under grow lights.
Purple Martin Migration – Time to put up your martin house. They start arriving in early March.
Daylight Savings Begins – good time to clean up any leaves from the yard; thatch yard as needed; start shopping now for pre-emergent weed killers and grub killers for the lawn.
Chick Day – 03/9/16 second hatch of the year; contact Paul to place a special order for chicks.
St. Patrick’s Day – as soon as soil is workable, begin
planting seed potatoes and onion sets.
First Day of Spring – on a mild year, the first hummingbirds can be seen as early as the first day of spring.
Coldframe Planting – if you have a protected outdoor spot, you can begin transplanting some colder season plants, such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower or brussel sprouts.
Last Day of March – start looking for the first Monarch butterflies of the season; time to make plans to get your
garden up and growing soon!