The debugthemyths.com RV made its first stop in White Plains, NY at Nabel’s Nursery, a well-known nursery throughout Westchester County, owned and operated by the Nabel family for nearly 60 years. Nabel’s Nursery came highly recommended, and Debug the Myths was honored to partner with them ... Read More
Summer is in full-swing – even though it looks and feels significantly different this year. While you may be trading your beach or international vacation ...
Holiday plants bring the smells and colors of the season to your favorite spaces, be it under the mistletoe, next to the Christmas tree or ...
Pending legislation in New York has demonstrated the importance of an educational platform of Debug the Myths. Confusion and misconceptions about pesticide and fertilizer product use remains common, as is indicated by a bill in the New York senate that would greatly hinder the ability ... Read More
This week was a whirlwind of activity as Debug the Myths stopped in Morrisville, North Carolina and Washington, DC. Our stop at Prime Outlets in Morrisville on Tuesday was a perfect opportunity to share the Debug the Myths Road tour and all of our interactive and ... Read More
Gina Pickard, St. Petersburg homeowner and mother of five, recently participated in the “Debug My House!” Her home was inspected for potential pest problems and to identify ways she and her family could help prevent creatures from sharing their home. Living in Florida with year-round ... Read More
Today was a beautiful day to Debug some Myths at Florida’s Largest Home and Garden Show in Tampa. We had a great time talking with families about their use of pesticide and fertilizer products to keep their family and homes healthy and happy. Families loved ... Read More
As part of our efforts in Tampa, we spent time today with volunteers from the Boys and Girls Club of Tampa Bay, George Steinbrenner Family, killing weeds, planting fun colorful plants and foliage, as well as mulching to hold in water and curb weed growth. ... Read More
Is your home a top vacation spot for rats and mice? Howard University’s CapComm Lab, the Earth Conservation Corps and the EPA use humor to show how conditions in your home can encourage rodents to move in and stay for a while. (Rated “E” for ... Read More
Dr. John Stier, Environmental Turfgrass Extension Specialist, Professor and Chair of the Dept. of Horticulture-University of Wisconsin, Madison. The PGA season has begun and people who live in temporal climates are itching to get back on the course, but it’s still too cold. Ever wonder what golf courses ... Read More
Melissa Brookshire, DVM, runs North River Enterprises and provides consulting services on pet food and animal health companies while balancing her life as a mom of two active boys. A graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, Melissa owned and operated a ... Read More
Dr. John Stier, Environmental Turfgrass Extension Specialist, Professor and Chair of the Dept. of Horticulture-University of Wisconsin, Madison. Winter weather alone doesn’t solve all your weed problems. Most winter weeds are known as winter annuals, which germinate from seeds in the fall, stop growing in the spring and flower ... Read More