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The Morning Call
Help for Gardeners: What happened to my cucumber crop?Q: I have a problem I hope you can help me with. I plant a small garden. This y
Help for Gardeners: What happened to my cucumber crop?
The Morning Call / Posted 4 days ago
Q: I have a problem I hope you can help me with. I plant a small garden. This year my cucumber developed a gray coating on the leaves. The next morning they were all dead. Can you tell me what happened? It was a first. — Paul Golla, Allentown A:... Read more
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The Morning Call
The Accidental FarmerIn the cool shade of the pin oak tree in his vast yard, a genial farmer named D
The Accidental Farmer
The Morning Call / Posted 5 days ago
In the cool shade of the pin oak tree in his vast yard, a genial farmer named Dennis Maurer told the story of how he lost his legs in Vietnam, and he sprinkled it with a few darkly humorous remarks that would have sounded absolutely morbid coming... Read more
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Boulder Weekly
Someone like meSome may call Jeanette Vizguerra an advocate, a leader, a hero. Still others la
Someone like me
Boulder Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
Some may call Jeanette Vizguerra an advocate, a leader, a hero. Still others label her illegal. But she identifies herself as a mother — “A mother that loves her children so much and that is going to do anything that is needed to be with them... Read more
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Salem News
Plant project moving forwardA.P. O'Horo Company of Youngstown was awarded the project in June with the low
Plant project moving forward
Salem News / Posted 10 days ago
A.P. O'Horo Company of Youngstown was awarded the project in June with the low bid totaling $2,628,000. Other bids submitted included $2,935,000 from Jack Gibson Construction of Warren and $3,521,093 from G.M. McCrossin Inc. of Bellefonte, Pa. The... Read more
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Daily Press
At home, landscape designer grows vegetables, herbs spring, summer and fallPeggy Krapf has been a hobbyist gardener in many states and climate zones for m
At home, landscape designer grows vegetables, herbs spring, summer and fall
Daily Press / Posted 10 days ago
Peggy Krapf has been a hobbyist gardener in many states and climate zones for more than 30 years. Married to a career Air Force officer, she lived and composted and gardened her way from the Mojave Desert in California to an apartment/farmhouse in... Read more
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thehardtackle
Liverpool FC Must Not Risk Long Term Fitness Of Jordan Henderson“I have done something with my heel, so every time I plant my foot whether runn
Liverpool FC Must Not Risk Long Term Fitness Of Jordan Henderson
thehardtackle / Posted 10 days ago
“I have done something with my heel, so every time I plant my foot whether running or walking I can feel it. It has settled down over the last few days but I don’t know what it will be like in terms of Monday. I just have to keep doing what I have... Read more
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The News-Herald
Clothe your soil: Cover crops help enrich itCover crops are plants that gardeners and farmers have, since the beginnings of
Clothe your soil: Cover crops help enrich it
The News-Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Cover crops are plants that gardeners and farmers have, since the beginnings of agriculture, grown not to eat but for the good of the soil. Blanketing the ground to hold soil particles in place, a cover crop prevents the erosive effects of wind and... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Stand up paddle boarding offers new water experience in AbileneThe KTXS crew shows up to Lytle Creek next to Cal Young Park at the not so brig
Stand up paddle boarding offers new water experience in Abilene
KTXS Abilene / Posted 13 days ago
The KTXS crew shows up to Lytle Creek next to Cal Young Park at the not so bright and early hour of 11:30 a.m. A front meanders across the sky and brings a subtle blockage of the sun that hints at the close of summer. A breeze, visualized by ripples... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Garden Q&A: Leaf miners enjoy citrus trees, tooI have multiple citrus trees. Two of the citrus trees are lemons and the leaves
Garden Q&A: Leaf miners enjoy citrus trees, too
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 15 days ago
I have multiple citrus trees. Two of the citrus trees are lemons and the leaves appear infected with Citrus Chlorotic Dwarf Virus. It appears only the lemons are affected. What can I do? What you have is actually an insect problem. It is a very... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Oklahoma City area home and garden notes for Aug. 15MEETINGS •OKLAHOMA ORCHID SOCIETY, Green Growers at 1 p.m. and regular meeting
Oklahoma City area home and garden notes for Aug. 15
The Oklahoman / Posted 19 days ago
MEETINGS •OKLAHOMA ORCHID SOCIETY, Green Growers at 1 p.m. and regular meeting at 2 p.m. Sunday, Will Rogers Exhibition Center, 3400 NW 36. Green Growers program is “Drat! Gnats! Dealing with Fungus Gnats” by Jana Butcher; 2 p.m. program, presented... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ispaad Sustains Elderly FarmerLetlhakeng — Seventy-five-year old Mr Emang Rampesu has dedicated his life to f
Ispaad Sustains Elderly Farmer
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
Letlhakeng — Seventy-five-year old Mr Emang Rampesu has dedicated his life to farming. His story is an inspiring tale of how farming can sustain lives. Staying with his wife at Ramage, Mr Rampesu seems to be defying his age as he strikes a physical... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
A taste of Italy in SpallumcheenWhile other local gardeners are happy to see a few leaves on their fig trees, B
A taste of Italy in Spallumcheen
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 26 days ago
While other local gardeners are happy to see a few leaves on their fig trees, Bill Doak is wondering how to use his abundant fig crop. “I’ve always liked growing things. Whenever I plant something, it grows,” said the super gardener, who grew up in... Read more
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BC Local News
A taste of Italy in SpallumcheenWhile other local gardeners are happy to see a few leaves on their fig trees, B
A taste of Italy in Spallumcheen
BC Local News / Posted 26 days ago
While other local gardeners are happy to see a few leaves on their fig trees, Bill Doak is wondering how to use his abundant fig crop. “I’ve always liked growing things. Whenever I plant something, it grows,” said the super gardener, who grew up in... Read more
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birminghammail
Is this the most colourful front garden in the West Midlands?Visitors to Ray Foley’s home are greeted by an eye-popping explosion of beautif
Is this the most colourful front garden in the West Midlands?
birminghammail / Posted 27 days ago
Visitors to Ray Foley’s home are greeted by an eye-popping explosion of beautiful colours and the heavy scent of blooms in the air. Almost every inch of the front garden of his flat is covered by around 2,500 plants, flowers and manicured... Read more
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The MidWeek
Ripe for the picking: Despite a wet spring, sweet corn season is finally hereRob Wessels, a farmer in Waterman with 15 acres of sweet corn and about 1,000 a
Ripe for the picking: Despite a wet spring, sweet corn season is finally here
The MidWeek / Posted 28 days ago
Rob Wessels, a farmer in Waterman with 15 acres of sweet corn and about 1,000 acres of field corn, said his sweet corn crop has had little to no rain damage, but his field corn has had ponding and drawn-own spots. “Corn can’t be without oxygen for... Read more
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Valley Free Press
How sweet it is: After a wet spring, sweet corn season finally is hereSwenson first started farming about 50 years ago, when his children were young.
How sweet it is: After a wet spring, sweet corn season finally is here
Valley Free Press / Posted 28 days ago
Swenson first started farming about 50 years ago, when his children were young. He now has 15 acres of sweet corn that is sold at stands in Sandwich and Plano. “I’m 89 years old, and this is one of the rainiest springs we’ve had all my years of... Read more
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Weekly Times
Peter Cundall: How to grow sweet and easy spudsPOTATO crops are produced in such an unusual, easy way, it is possible to produ
Peter Cundall: How to grow sweet and easy spuds
Weekly Times / Posted 28 days ago
POTATO crops are produced in such an unusual, easy way, it is possible to produce excellent crops, even on concrete. This is done using the enriched straw method, which also happens to be the easiest way to grow potatoes. The way potato tubers form... Read more

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