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Tribune Chronicle
Backyard blissyour tomato plants on their side. The plant will curve, and the curved stock wi
Backyard bliss
Tribune Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
your tomato plants on their side. The plant will curve, and the curved stock will start to grow roots," Michael said. "How I plant all of my plants is that I dig a big hole. I make a mixture of manure, peat moss and organic matter," he said. He... Read more
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iol.co.za
Planting seeds of positive changein 2013: “In my dream a voice directs me to one of my colleagues carrying a va
Planting seeds of positive change
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
in 2013: “In my dream a voice directs me to one of my colleagues carrying a vase of water, and the other a tray of seeds. I plant the seeds along the road from the airport and I am led to a stadium packed with people, singing. "I turn to look... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
IN THE GARDENfor a totally weed-free lawn. Q Can you give me some idea as to what is causin
IN THE GARDEN
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
for a totally weed-free lawn. Q Can you give me some idea as to what is causing this problem with my hardy arctic kiwi plant? [The reader sent a photo.] I think it's 3 years old, and I don't remember this happening before. A The burned leaf... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
My helperadmire as much as a good tomato sandwich with homemade bread. Each year, to hav
My helper
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted 7 days ago
admire as much as a good tomato sandwich with homemade bread. Each year, to have a good supply of that wonderful vegetable, I plant a garden and I specialize in tomatoes. This year I picked a species called Celebrity, a large, meaty type of... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Passing reins to the kids no snapwants the support of her mother, Judy, she changes her approach. "With my mothe
Passing reins to the kids no snap
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
wants the support of her mother, Judy, she changes her approach. "With my mother, it's best if it's her idea," she said. "I plant the seed and hope it grows." The younger Groth is trying to persuade them to adopt screw-cap bottles instead of... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Garden Q&A: On Bermuda grass inflitrating St. Augustine grass, what to do about peeling bark and moretree in their yard. I think I have the perfect place for one, but my husband sa
Garden Q&A: On Bermuda grass inflitrating St. Augustine grass, what to do about peeling bark and more
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 11 days ago
tree in their yard. I think I have the perfect place for one, but my husband says it’s poisonous. Is he right, and how can I plant one anyway? Your husband is absolutely right this time. All parts of the oleander, fresh or dry, are toxic if... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Farm life: A good life then and nowI discuss. I have an elemental farming education but farming will never be my v
Farm life: A good life then and now
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 11 days ago
I discuss. I have an elemental farming education but farming will never be my vocation. I’m reminded of that each time I plant something at our condo or go out to pick the fruits of my father-in-law’s garden. I’m not opposed to hard work as I... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Ask the Test Kitchen: Simple syrup puts basil to good usesyrups is you can also infuse them with other flavors. In the case of the Chart
Ask the Test Kitchen: Simple syrup puts basil to good use
Detroit Free Press / Posted 13 days ago
syrups is you can also infuse them with other flavors. In the case of the Chartreuse pudding, it was basil. Every spring, I plant numerous basil seeds and watch them bloom profusely all summer long. I use the basil leaves in many dishes throughout... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Johnston gardener stays busy with his one-acre plotoff of them, all the runners. They call that the mother plant. And then the nex
Johnston gardener stays busy with his one-acre plot
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
off of them, all the runners. They call that the mother plant. And then the next year is when you get the berries." "I plant different kinds of corn or whatever, and when I get to a kind I like, that is what I use," Jake said. He prefers... Read more
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Daily Journal
Bring the season into your home with flower arrangementswould be a little pottery vase with a pine branch and a cone on the table next
Bring the season into your home with flower arrangements
Daily Journal / Posted 14 days ago
would be a little pottery vase with a pine branch and a cone on the table next to it. The first daffodil said spring! Now I plant for picking. Early-blooming bulbs, perennials that bloom throughout the summer and fall, and a few rows of zinnia,... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
July in the vegetable gardenthis time of the summer, so the best approach is a soaker hose in the vegetable
July in the vegetable garden
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
this time of the summer, so the best approach is a soaker hose in the vegetable garden. I usually put this in place when I plant my garden, so I don’t have to disturb growing plants later. This also allows me to do some of my work in the cooler... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Drought-Hit Herders Turn to New Money-Maker - Haya tall, turban-clad man, has grown Sudan and Columbus grass and has never run o
Drought-Hit Herders Turn to New Money-Maker - Hay
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
a tall, turban-clad man, has grown Sudan and Columbus grass and has never run out of hay for his eight cows and 40 goats. "I plant maize, beans and vegetables which I sell but I store the grass to feed my livestock. They fatten and when I sell them... Read more
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DW
How Buddhist monks are battling deforestation in Cambodia |that I should go out there to protect the forest, but for me it was a logical t
How Buddhist monks are battling deforestation in Cambodia |
DW / Posted 19 days ago
that I should go out there to protect the forest, but for me it was a logical thing to do. I am doing all I can to save it. I plant new trees, I help the people who live from the forest, I am reminding the government of the promises they've... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
IN THE GARDENQ I have two lace-cap hydran-geas I planted about 10 years ago in Fayetteville.
IN THE GARDEN
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
Q I have two lace-cap hydran-geas I planted about 10 years ago in Fayetteville. They had beautiful pink flowers on them when I purchased and planted them. They are in dappled sunlight with little direct sunlight, but not in heavy shade. My problem is... Read more
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Asian journal
Growing our internal souls: Freedom from internal gray watersabout what he is going to do. He knows.” May did not presume, she inquired. Wh
Growing our internal souls: Freedom from internal gray waters
Asian journal / Posted 25 days ago
about what he is going to do. He knows.” May did not presume, she inquired. When I see May to bring her my banana bread, I plant a kiss on her cheek and whisper, “I love you May,” and she responds, “I pray for mazel​ (drip from above)​ be with... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
FORTE: Black walnut know-how“My neighbour has a walnut tree in his backyard that gradually kills everything
FORTE: Black walnut know-how
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 27 days ago
“My neighbour has a walnut tree in his backyard that gradually kills everything I plant underneath its canopy in my yard. So far, I have tried downy serviceberry, dogwood, weigela, toad lilies and yews to no avail. Hostas and ferns will grow, but are... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
FORTE: Black walnut know-how“My neighbour has a walnut tree in his backyard that gradually kills everything
FORTE: Black walnut know-how
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 27 days ago
“My neighbour has a walnut tree in his backyard that gradually kills everything I plant underneath its canopy in my yard. So far, I have tried downy serviceberry, dogwood, weigela, toad lilies and yews to no avail. Hostas and ferns will grow, but are... Read more
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Welland Tribune
FORTE: Black walnut know-how“My neighbour has a walnut tree in his backyard that gradually kills everything
FORTE: Black walnut know-how
Welland Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
“My neighbour has a walnut tree in his backyard that gradually kills everything I plant underneath its canopy in my yard. So far, I have tried downy serviceberry, dogwood, weigela, toad lilies and yews to no avail. Hostas and ferns will grow, but are... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Dunmore social worker, drug and alcohol therapist helps others through addiction struggleson their journey to becoming their own version of Charlie. “I don’t save lives
Dunmore social worker, drug and alcohol therapist helps others through addiction struggles
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
on their journey to becoming their own version of Charlie. “I don’t save lives. I don’t have that power,” Ms. Evers said. “I plant seeds ... and I don’t know what else I would do if I didn’t do this.” Conact the writer: gma... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Commonly asked questions from the help deskamount of repeat questions. Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions
Commonly asked questions from the help desk
Kane County Chronicle / Posted a month ago
amount of repeat questions. Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions and answers: Question: Every year I plant annuals, vegetables or perennials in my garden and they don’t always make it or they don’t perform as promised. What... Read more

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