New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 2, 1994, Page 20

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 02, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 2, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Your neighborhood store with ell the strengths of Seers ALL HOME APPLIANCES AND HOME February 3 through February 5 Each of these advertised Items is readily available tor sale as advertised Most larger items inventoried in warehouses Allow reasonable time for delivery 8 B ■ HemW-ZWunfl ■ Wsdrwsdsy, Feb. 2,1904 ■"TSSSSCTnan Don’t Mess With Texas mm,w OO Don’t forget patio plants during freeze ( Golf and Country Club Green Fee St 1/3 Cart •18 rum tax Weekday* •20 plus tax Weekends Oflbr exptne 3-31-04. Offer vbM with Arts coupon. Tee tftne required, not valid (Kirby teumententa CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS!!^ ??    Do you take asthma medication either daily or O Ct occasionally?? If so, you may be eligible for UL/:    upcoming asthma research studies. All testing is done fine of charge and you are compensated for ^ \    your participation. Call now to find out if you are eligible!! CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 629-9063 705-A LANDA, NEW BRAUNFELS j Reduced watering schedules are required for the overwintering or dormant plant Do not water at the first sign of wilt, but wait untfi the second or third day to water. Never allow the plant to wilt severely, but a slight wilt is acceptable for winter bound plants. By BOB WILL Special to the Hemid-Zeitung Ask about Seasonal and Regular Memberships. 210-899-3301 Pro Shop 210-899-3372 405 Watts Ln Canyon Lake TX 78133 Winters in South and Central Tbxis are iniki, but occsknally freezes make us haul our patio plants indoors to protect them flan the weather. Hanging baskets and potted tropicals suffer greatly in the winter, but with a little understanding they will be healthy for next spring. The ups and downs of the temperature extremes make this a difficult job, but there is no need to break coes back moving plants. If your patio plants were basking in the summer sun and then abruptly moved inside to keep them ftom freezing, they have probably shed several leaves by now. Some might even be bare if they were placed in a cold garage or covered porch with no heating. A few plants were damaged before being brought indoors. Wind damaged plants were the first to loose leaves and may have suffered additional damage to stems and branches. Plants have an ability to recover even from severe leaf drop if secondary complications do not arise as a result of winter storage. The secret is keeping the plants in a dormant stage without allowing the further desiccation of the plant tissue. Even severely damaged plaits can recover if a few simple principles are followed. First you should remove all dead and yellowing leaves horn the plant Slightly yellow leaves cm be left on foe branch until they are completely yellow or until they turn a crisp brown. By removing the dead md dying leaves you have begun the process of sanitation. Next, the plant pots should be cleaned of debris including any egg cases that insects may have left attached to the container. On more fem one occuion, eggs will hatch and Singing or chewing insects will emerge to devour the plant I Check the soil for additional critters that may be living just slightly aader the top crust of the root ball. Entry and exit holes may be visible qpon doser inspection. A few of these critters may be beneficial insects or snail toads, so be careful when prob^ tag the hole. Toads and small lizards often find temporary homes in potted plants. Allowing them to exist in the pot cm actually be beneficial. Once the leaves are removed and the pot and plant are inspected for insects, it is time to clean the plant. Wash off dust and dirt from leaves with plain water and a soft cotton rag. There is no need to scrub, a simple circular motion will remove the moat stubborn dirt, lf you find scale or aphids, adding a little horticulture or summa oil to the wash water will kill these pest and add shine to the leaves. A cotton swab will work to get into the small cracks found at the leaf axle. If you have a large number of ferns, deaning each leaf is impractical. But you cm spray the leaves with water or a water-oil mix and still accomplish the task. Some ferns and soft leaf plants are extremely susceptible to mealybugs. A mix of water and alcohol in equal parts will kill these pest Ike a cotton swab to touch each pest or UR three parts water and one part alcohol in a spray bottle and aim for the pere without spraying too much of foe plant. Repeated applications of the yay may ba nae—ry. Provide the pima with aa much Ugkt aspoRfoie. Grow tampa ta fluonaoeit fixtures or grow butts in incmdeacert fixtures will give a broad spectrum light to indoor vegetation, lf plants are growing a large number of new leaves, then you may he giving them too much light. Light levels should be for pfiti8»tiftifta only. IS tnt lea from New Braunfels, Hwy 46 west, right en FM 3723 to TM 3673. left on TM 4673 to flaoh&g light at intersection FM 3 ISS, turn rt^tt btu Woodlands oubdtvtaton. Follow to atop sign * right on Waite 10% OFF regular and sale prices WASHERS HPYFP9 LAUNDRY CENTERS DISHWASHERS ELECTRIC AND GAS RANGES BUILT-IN APPLIANCES REFRIGERATORS COMPACT REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS VACUUMS DEHUMIDIFIERS TRASH COMPACTORS MICROWAVE OVENS 10% OFF regular and sale prices TABLETOP STEREOS RACK STEREO SYSTEMS TVs AND PROJECTION TVs (except ProScan and Sony XBR) 4-HEAD VCRs CAMCORDERS TV/VCR COMBINATIONS including It keeps more than memories alive 25597 38364 25485159.99 Whho^uonrihoi cloaeov t-tave *40 3.S-HP, 2W«. mower-mulch, discharge or *2    OO    wa*    HHH luOOeW Whit. quantities tat* closeout-seva *311 14-HR, 42-in. lawn tractor-mulch* discharge or bag without changing bladaal 2CaCsCa OO wa* 239799 a    White    quantity*    latt closeout-eeve *400 1S-HP. 44-in. garden tractor-handles all groundbreaking attachments I AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION MEMORIALS ii TRIBUTES lawn mower-muloh or catch clippings! I -800-AH A-US AI American HeartAMoclatton^F'' Tine apace provided as a pattie serve#. .1993 Artier cen Heart Association )U SLAWS FOR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOOK MONEY res Outlet sto!os excluded Some maid appliance 1 stores Reductions ti am regular pricer unless othei od or os special purchases are at reg price Spec!' nailed in quantity Prices do not include delivery ar ii puichas loss speci 1G7 IM J5 W., Courtyard Shopping Conte Now Braunfels. IX /HUO Mon -I ii 9 00-6 OO. Sat 10 OO 5 OO ;

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