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Lehigh Valley Master GardenersBy: Nancy Bosold, Turfgrass Extension Educator AAhh…the long awaited signs of spring: the first bumblebees, those cute purple-flowered weeds popping up, the relentless push of your daffodils, and EEK! Those brown bare spots in the lawn…. You...
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersI'm happy to see so many folks coming into the office right now to purchase soil test kits. Testing the soil is an important first step when you’re getting ready to start a gardening or landscaping project. You already know......
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersA frozen ground shouldn't deter you from gardening, according to Sandy Visintainer, a Luzerne County Master Gardener. You can start a spring garden now in containers! At a workshop this past weekend, Sandy reviewed 8 steps to help successfully grow......
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersRotating your garden crops can go a long way towards disease and insect prevention. Chances are that you tend to plant more or less the same crops year after year. But if you plant those crops in the same place,......
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersIf some is good, many folks believe that more is better. This is sooooo not true for so many things. If you use too much insecticide in your mix, it could damage the plant or lead to quicker insect resistance.......
Associated PressISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan has taken a number of steps to prevent fertilizers made within its borders for agriculture from being used as explosives in roadside bombs that target American troops in Afghanistan, said a top U.S. military officer Monday....
ReutersBy Susan Guyett INDIANAPOLIS, May 17 (Reuters) - Indiana has cancelled subsidies for a planned $1.8 billion fertilizer plant in the state because of concerns that a Pakistani company involved in the project makes products used in improvised explosives...
Tags: Mitch Daniels, Plant Openings, Afghanistan, Finance, Government
Q. Leaves on our magnolia tree have dark spots and they are turning yellow. What is the problem? A. Luckily, there is no problem this time. The email picture forwarded showed normal leaf spots forming as the magnolia leaves begin to yellow and drop...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Pakistan-based developers who want to build a fertilizer plant in southwest Indiana say they'll continue despite the withdrawal of state incentives. The state had concerns about whether Midwest Fertilizer's owners were doing...
Tags: Pakistan, Chemical Industry
Like underfunded pensions and red-light cameras, the chicken coop is a growing trend in urban America. Chickens are a great source for fresh eggs and garden fertilizer (their nitrogen-rich waste matter is perfect for a compost heap). An urban farmer...
Tags: Chemical Industry
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana officials withdrew state backing Friday for a fertilizer plant over concerns about whether its Pakistan-based owners are doing enough at its overseas operations to keep the potentially explosive material from being used...
Q: I have three planting beds where I want all vegetation removed along with old mulch and landscape fabric. I want to replace with new mulch. Should the fabric also be replaced? How can I prevent the weeds from returning? I want the beds as mulched areas...
Tags: Inventories, Onions, Allentown, Chemical Industry, Memorial Day
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May 18, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
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May 17, 2013 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
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