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Contributing writerEditor’s note: “Welcome to My Garden” is a monthly column of news and advice for gardeners and would-be gardeners in the Danville area. Last month is predicted to be the hottest July on record. In Danville and surrounding areas we...
It was while she was serving dinner to her kids in 2008 and their dad was out campaigning for president, that Michelle Obama hatched a modest daydream: a vegetable garden on the White House grounds. She'd recently had a conversation with her children's...
The Continuing Education and Business Services Division at Hagerstown Community College will offer a variety of home and garden classes this fall. Courses include “Floral Design;” “Flower Gardening in October;” and “Fall...
email@example.comJames Ross is outstanding in his field. Ross laughs easily at the old joke, standing in the middle of a field taking shape as a community garden he is helping to seed, feed and grow in Danville. He sports his trademark straw hat that is as much a part...
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Is late blight going to attack tomatoes this year? I've heard rumors. How can I tell if I'm seeing late blight or early blight? Late blight disease, which devastated tomato plants in 2009, has been found in states all around Maryland, but not in Maryland...
Tags: Potatoes, Lifestyle and Leisure, Symptoms, Health, Tomatoes
Do you love everything tomato? Have you struggled to grow great tomatoes? The 23rd Annual Tomato Day is for you! The event will be held at the Sedgwick County Extension Education Center at 21st and Ridge in Wichita on Saturday, July 28th from 7:00 a.m....
An oversupply of ethanol and skyrocketing corn prices are causing many ethanol plants to cut back production. Valero Energy Corp., a major petroleum company that also operates 10 ethanol plants, has temporarily shut down two plants, because the cost...
Water is good for trees, shrubs and many other plant forms. It's not, however, always good for your house, especially when your property stays wet and does not drain properly. "Water is the number one cause of damage to the homes we live in," said...
Contributing columnistLast week, I talked about ways to save money and energy during the summer months by making your air conditioning use more efficient. This week, I'm going to share ways to conserve water use during the hot summer months. There are a few simple things you...
Since today is your birthday, how are you going to celebrate? Well, by going to SmackDown TVs. [Laughs] And somebody made me a nice little surprise for my birthday, so that was good. What was the surprise like? Well, it was just the stuff sent to my...
When Dr. Anne Barone moved into her home in Guilford in 2000, she didn't have a backyard so much as a forest populated mostly with dying pine trees. She cut down the forest, except for a crape myrtle and a Japanese maple, and started from scratch. She...
I have a hackberry tree that has started to grow in the middle of a rose bush. The ground is dry, hard caliche. For the last three years, we have suffered through a drought. I appreciate any tree that can survive in this terrible soil. However, when I...
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