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At Wattles Farm, the community garden in Hollywood, Gina Thomas pointed out a cluster of tiny, husk-enclosed ground cherries hidden among the foliage. Some were no bigger than marbles. "It comes from South America," she said, adding that one Wattles...
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My answer to a question that I always get asked — "Where is the best wine for the money being made these days?" — shifts with time. Thirty years ago, I'd answer "Australia"; then it was "Chile and Argentina"; a few years ago, "southern...
Tags: Wines, Alcoholic Beverages, France, Spain, Portugal
Summer always goes too fast. Back-to-school advertisements fill me with mixed emotions: I like the routine, I dread the monotony. A quick calculation tells me we've made more than 4,500 school lunches. Monotonous? With a modicum of imagination, no. The...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIt was "just too cold" for Maureen Kercher to sustain her apples and peaches, two of the primary crops at Kercher's Sunrise Orchards Farm Market in Goshen. She lost about 95 percent of both. "For the few that are left, you just have to decide if you...
Tags: Apples, Blueberries, Natural Disasters, Weather, Droughts
FOX 17 ReporterFor the most part, the 2012 growing season for fruit farmers in Michigan has been a nightmare. “Horrible! We’ve had probably 10 percent of a crop on the cherries this year and the apples are a little bit better and not much.” Rodney...
ELLISON BAY, Wis. — The sweet aroma of onions caramelizing in a skillet is impossible to miss as vacationers enter the classroom in an old schoolhouse not far from the northern tip of Wisconsin's Door Peninsula. The 16 students, a mix from children...
CHARLEVOIX -- Dry weather this summer has hurt farmers across the Midwest, but Northern Michigan seems to have been spared the brunt of the damage. Jeff Halblaub, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service, reports that August was particularly dry...
I planted a hibiscus shrub that gets flowers the size of a dinner plate. I've had the plant for three years. This year, it is much bigger and loaded with buds. I was so excited until I noticed the buds are yellowing and something's eating the leaves....
Japanese beetles, a highly destructive plant pest that feed on more than 300 host plants, have been detected in North Dakota again. “Japanese beetles are established in most states east of the Mississippi River and in Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana,...
For Food on the TableSummer doesn’t feel official without digging into a large bowl of shiny, sweet cherries. Cherry season is the highlight of the year for many, but with a short season, June through August, don’t let summer pass by without enjoying a taste of...
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FOX40 NewsFarms in San Joaquin County have managed to have their most profitable year ever despite the challenges of Mother Nature and a sluggish economy. There are over 3,600 farms – according to the county’s 2011 Agricultural Report – with...
Special to the Los Angeles Times— It's always an event when "Farmer Al" Courchesne of Frog Hollow Farm shows up at the Santa Monica farmers market, where he'll be selling apricots and cherries for the next month. He's a celebrity farmer in the Bay Area, folksy yet sophisticated,...
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