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IT Management: A flower box in the spring

As I sit in my office, I periodically look over at a fake plastic tree nearby. As I look at it, about the only maintenance that it would ever need is a periodic dusting. It doesn’t require any sunlight, water or fertilizer to keep its color or shape.                                                                                      Contrast this to the flower boxes around my home. Since I live in a climate that carries all four seasons, there is a point where no plants are able to thrive. During the winter, the plant energy retreats into the root system to hibernate, and when the ground temperature is warm enough, things begin to grow again. The problem is that sometimes weeds apparently receive this warm weather trigger when the temperature is barely above freezing. No flowers grow, but the weeds are in full-on growth mode as soon as the snow melts. Left untamed, the weeds will sprout, and if nothing […]

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