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11 Ways to Minimize Indoor Air Pollution

By AcuRite Team April 18, 2018 271 Views No comments

Even though you can’t always see them, the air in your home is full of allergens! Take simple steps to minimize indoor air pollution and reduce allergy symptoms.

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Tornado Alley: Where and Why?

By Kari Strenfel April 16, 2018 306 Views No comments

Have you ever wondered what is considered Tornado Alley and why it got that name?

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Storm Readiness

By Kari Strenfel April 13, 2018 330 Views No comments

Be prepared early in the season to help keep your family safe during severe storm development this spring and summer.

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Lightning Development: The Positives and Negatives

By Kari Strenfel April 11, 2018 335 Views 2 comments

Learn how charge separation develops in a thunderstorm cloud and what leads to the eventual discharge we know as a lightning strike!

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Guide: Planting UV Recommendations, Information, and Tips

By AcuRite Team April 6, 2018 1336 Views No comments

Plants thrive in different lux ranges, but most plants require between 5k and 100k lux per day in order to convert the UV light energy into food, a process known as photosynthesis.

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Guide: Soil pH Recommendations and Tips for Fruits, Vegetables, Trees, and Shrubs

By AcuRite Team April 5, 2018 1996 Views No comments

The pH of soil directly affects nutrient availability to plants. Plants thrive in different soil pH ranges, but readings outside 4 to 8 are uncommon.

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Our Favorite Products: April 2018

By AcuRite Team April 4, 2018 795 Views 1 comment

A new soil moisture meter and rain gauges are at the top of our list this April. See how and why we're using these products!

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Guide: Soil Moisture Recommendations for Flowers, Plants and Vegetables

By AcuRite Team April 4, 2018 1446 Views No comments

Whether your plants are indoors or outside in your garden, knowing the moisture level of the soil is essential.

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Getting The Garden Ready

By Kari Strenfel April 3, 2018 398 Views No comments

Welcome, spring! We've been getting our garden prepared for planting in Mid-April! Check out our progress.

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March Blue Moon

By Kari Strenfel March 30, 2018 1098 Views No comments

Two Blue Moons in one calendar year is pretty rare, which won’t happen again until 2037. The old saying, “Once in a Blue Moon” doesn’t seem like a rare occurrence lately!

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