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Berkshire Eagle
Almost 91, the 'bra lady' flirting with retirementPlastics Avenue where she has lived since 1946. Her only concession to age: she
Almost 91, the 'bra lady' flirting with retirement
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 37 minutes ago
Plastics Avenue where she has lived since 1946. Her only concession to age: she no longer drives at night. "I cut, I rake, I plant, I trim," said Burke, a widow who lives with her cat, Sammy. "I keep taking bags to the landfill. Al out there knows... Read more
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Daily Press
DIGGIN IN | Virginia Zoo's horticulturist retires to enjoy other gardening venturesaround the world." At home in Chesapeake, Butler gardens to create a setting f
DIGGIN IN | Virginia Zoo's horticulturist retires to enjoy other gardening ventures
Daily Press / Posted 10 days ago
around the world." At home in Chesapeake, Butler gardens to create a setting for sitting. "Views are very important, so I plant to block the sights I don't like and direct the eye to those I do," she says. I strive to make my garden my tranquil... Read more
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Denver Post
Taking a grassroots approach in your garden with ornamental grassesornamental grasses can grow as large as a tool shed. "I don't go for the real
Taking a grassroots approach in your garden with ornamental grasses
Denver Post / Posted 10 days ago
ornamental grasses can grow as large as a tool shed. "I don't go for the real big ones," Gregory said. "Once in a while, I plant a big pampas grass. They're fun because they're gigantic, but they almost need their own space as a specimen because... Read more
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Radio Angulo
Cedars Growing in Banes Thanks to a Dedicated Womanwhile looking at all the green vegetation. "I like toiling the land, I feel fin
Cedars Growing in Banes Thanks to a Dedicated Woman
Radio Angulo / Posted 12 days ago
while looking at all the green vegetation. "I like toiling the land, I feel fine when I see the plants growing. My mom and I plant the cedar trees, but also the mango trees, the avocado trees, the tangerine trees, and those plants in the garden too... Read more
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ajc.com
In season: Cornish hensa pathogen-ridden world. They’re outside in the fresh air getting exercise. The
In season: Cornish hens
ajc.com / Posted 13 days ago
a pathogen-ridden world. They’re outside in the fresh air getting exercise. They lay down their manure and get moved. Then I plant cover crops on that manure to help build up the soil. In the industrial model, the manure is only cleaned out of the... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Midwest native brings fresh view of urban farming to Stamfordvegetable is, like a zucchini. Everyone would go on a little farm tour with me,
Midwest native brings fresh view of urban farming to Stamford
Darien News-Review / Posted 16 days ago
vegetable is, like a zucchini. Everyone would go on a little farm tour with me, understand the life cycle of zucchini, when I plant, how I maintain it, insects you need to worry about. Then we have a dietitian nutritionist who will go over the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Midwest native brings fresh view of urban farming to Stamfordvegetable is, like a zucchini. Everyone would go on a little farm tour with me,
Midwest native brings fresh view of urban farming to Stamford
Stamford Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
vegetable is, like a zucchini. Everyone would go on a little farm tour with me, understand the life cycle of zucchini, when I plant, how I maintain it, insects you need to worry about. Then we have a dietitian nutritionist who will go over the... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Is quinoa California’s next niche crop?than the average foodie. “It’s a weed,” he says, his humor as dry as the soil.
Is quinoa California’s next niche crop?
The Record Searchlight / Posted 16 days ago
than the average foodie. “It’s a weed,” he says, his humor as dry as the soil. “I fight all day long to get rid of it; now I plant it. What the heck’s up with that?” Stiff’s homegrown botany isn’t far off. Chenopodium quinoa is not a grain, but a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Is quinoa California's next niche crop?than the average foodie. "It's a weed," he says, his humor as dry as the soil.
Is quinoa California's next niche crop?
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
than the average foodie. "It's a weed," he says, his humor as dry as the soil. "I fight all day long to get rid of it; now I plant it. What the heck's up with that?" Stiff's homegrown botany isn't far off. Chenopodium quinoa is not a grain, but a... Read more
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Missoula Independent
The Real Dirtinsect pests. For example, the wire worms that attacked my turnips last year ar
The Real Dirt
Missoula Independent / Posted 19 days ago
insect pests. For example, the wire worms that attacked my turnips last year are still in that same spot in the garden. If I plant turnips in the same area, I'm simply providing them an easy feast and ensuring my turnips fail. If I plant bush beans... Read more
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Daily Journal
Grow Jersey tomatoes in your Garden State garden(Photo: Provided) I always pick out a few with "beef" in the name for large sl
Grow Jersey tomatoes in your Garden State garden
Daily Journal / Posted 19 days ago
(Photo: Provided) I always pick out a few with "beef" in the name for large slicing tomatoes later in the season. I plant one or two of the old standard Ramapo and Rutgers, a few other heirlooms and at least one or two cherry tomatoes to... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
A good reason to plant something this weekendour plants and I know that they’ve been struggling to survive. I think about th
A good reason to plant something this weekend
WWLP Springfield / Posted 19 days ago
our plants and I know that they’ve been struggling to survive. I think about the birds and butterflies as well when I plant my garden,” said Marcia Rintoul of East Longmeadow. In 2013 there were plantings in 120 cities and towns across... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Is quinoa California's next niche crop?than the average foodie. "It's a weed," he says, his humor as dry as the soil.
Is quinoa California's next niche crop?
Los Angeles Times / Posted 20 days ago
than the average foodie. "It's a weed," he says, his humor as dry as the soil. "I fight all day long to get rid of it; now I plant it. What the heck's up with that?" Stiff's homegrown botany isn't far off. Chenopodium quinoa is not a grain, but a... Read more
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Rolla Daily News
Top Seven Gardening Mistakesthat don’t get along with each other. On the other hand, some plants are best f
Top Seven Gardening Mistakes
Rolla Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
that don’t get along with each other. On the other hand, some plants are best friends and help with natural bug deterrence. I plant onions around my roses as a natural bug repellent. Companion planting is a good way to increase your garden yield and... Read more
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Drayton Valley Western Review
There is creativity in hanging basketsevening and use room temperature water instead of cold water from the hose beca
There is creativity in hanging baskets
Drayton Valley Western Review / Posted 21 days ago
evening and use room temperature water instead of cold water from the hose because it will shock the plants. “As soon as I plant a container I water it really well the first time. After that I pick up the container. If it feels light I water it... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Hamilton’s arborist may hold key to reducing power outages in...plants in the future will have about 160 varieties, he said: “There are going t
Hamilton’s arborist may hold key to reducing power outages in...
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 22 days ago
plants in the future will have about 160 varieties, he said: “There are going to be all kinds of different trees. So when I plant the urban forest, it’s going to look just like a forest in the woods — we’re not going to have all pears, we’re not... Read more
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TribLIVE
Layering system fills out containersThey soften the container and give it a sense of lushness. I often use three d
Layering system fills out containers
TribLIVE / Posted 23 days ago
They soften the container and give it a sense of lushness. I often use three different “spiller” plants for each container I plant — two are flowering and the third is selected for its interesting foliage. Some excellent choices for the “spiller”... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Time to design your annual flower bedsdrop too much, I have to weed, water and cover my plants at night for an entire
Time to design your annual flower beds
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 24 days ago
drop too much, I have to weed, water and cover my plants at night for an entire month while they don’t grow. The plants I plant later in warmer soil often will outgrow the early plants, and I have less labor time involved. Annual flower beds... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Grow me insteadto look into, and I cannot wait to start planting. This booklet gave me several
Grow me instead
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 25 days ago
to look into, and I cannot wait to start planting. This booklet gave me several options for each item I wanted, and when I plant them, I know that I will get great performance from a non-invasive plant, with minimal work. I can also rest assured... Read more
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Business Wire
EagleClaw Midstream Ventures Commissions Cryogenic Processing Plant in Reeves County, Texastargeting stacked pay zones including the Upper and Middle Wolfcamp, Bone Sprin
EagleClaw Midstream Ventures Commissions Cryogenic Processing Plant in Reeves County, Texas
Business Wire / Posted 28 days ago
targeting stacked pay zones including the Upper and Middle Wolfcamp, Bone Spring and Avalon shale formations. The Toyah I plant is served by approximately 120 miles of gathering pipeline and four field compressor stations with a total of 11,000... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
On trek to Everest, a chance to push boundaries, find peacerewards of the 12-day trek become more apparent toward the end. I’m stronger a
On trek to Everest, a chance to push boundaries, find peace
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 1 months ago
rewards of the 12-day trek become more apparent toward the end. I’m stronger and more sure-footed. I fall into a rhythm as I plant my trekking poles on steep steps and push up without gasping for air. The sights and sounds of the trail make up for... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
How does his garden grow? Work, luckhis tiller after working on his garden on York Street in East Toledo, where he
How does his garden grow? Work, luck
The Toledo Blade / Posted 1 months ago
his tiller after working on his garden on York Street in East Toledo, where he grows a variety of vegetables. ‘You name it, I plant it,’ he says. In 1940, he plowed some of this area for an uncle and, as he says, ‘I'm still farming.’ He has snow... Read more

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