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Who says you can’t go home again? After a brief hiatus, I happily am sitting once again at my old desk at the Extension office, proud to be the Extension educator for Horticulture, aka the Bug and Plant Lady. That means I get to answer your...
Contributing WriterYou can reduce the risk of some common problems next year by getting rid of leftover plant debris in vegetable, flower and fruit gardening areas this fall. Several disease-causing fungi and bacteria spend the winter on plant debris, and can cause...
My last couple of gardens have been such epic fails that this year, I didn't even try. The decision to take a gardening sabbatical was not an easy on. My youngest children enjoy turning the soil, sowing the seeds, monitoring the growth and — most...
Reunion enjoyed by Home Federal employees To the editor: Employees of the former Home Federal Savings Bank and spouses reunited for a picnic at Doubs Woods County Park on Saturday, Aug. 25. James Failor, a 40-year bank employee who retired as a...
The October-November issue of Organic Gardening magazine features tips for home and garden, including these from its editors: Gardeners love plants, no news in that. Often this enthusiasm results in beds and borders planted all over a property, with...
Gardening in shade can be just as beautiful as gardening in sun when you work with what you have. Here are some shade gardening tips from the National Garden Bureau ... www.ngb.org. Gardening in shade 1) Shade gardening often means trying to plant among...
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Can you tell me why my tomatoes crack? I water regularly and fertilize with tomato spikes. Otherwise, the plants look healthy. We had the same problem last year, so we changed the variety, but it didn't help. I would appreciate if you could help me....
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“Use your head first to rid your vegetable garden of weeds, not your hoe,” says longtime garden-to-table expert Kath LaLiberte. “First you need to know how weeds are getting into your garden,” she says. “Then you can build...
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As a boy, Abdi Hassen helped his father nurture and harvest maize, wheat and tropical fruits — until the early 1990s, when his father vanished. "He was disappeared because of his political opinion. I don't know if he is alive or not now," said...
Cosmetics maker Revlon Inc. said it will close two of its plants, located in Maryland and France, and move those operations to reduce costs, cutting 250 jobs. Revlon, whose stock has lost a tenth of its value this year, said it will also reduce the...
Let's hear it for flowers! As a garden writer, on the speaking circuit I often ask audiences why they garden. More often than not, from guys anyway, the response I get is: if I can't eat it, I don't grow it. All the more reason why I was pleasantly...
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Contributing writerSharon Piper-Martin not only loves the taste and nutrients provided by organic food but has decided to create a job born of her passion and knowledge. The Danville resident first learned about organic gardening about 30 years ago, when her first child...
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