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OSU Extension Service and Master Gardeners experts answer questions about peach leaf curl and grapevine trouble. [Read More]
Now is a good time to whip your lawn back into shape, but starting over usually isn't necessary. [Read More]
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Spoiler alert: Peanut butter is a secret weapon. [Read More]
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No one wants to go through the winter with no clothes, not even the soil that grows our plants. So jacket up the soil in... [Read More]
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Yellow jackets zeroing in on your steak and fruit salad as you dine al fresco can be irritating, but don't get out the pesticide yet. [Read More]
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Yellowjackets zeroing in on your steak and fruit salad as you dine al fresco can be irritating, but don't get out the pesticide yet. [Read More]
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Yellowjackets zeroing in on your steak and fruit salad as you dine al fresco can be irritating, but don't get out the pesticide yet. [Read More]
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These hardworking plants can add organic matter and aerate the soil, protect it from compaction caused by rain, suppress weeds and reduce erosion - ... [Read More]
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Yellowjackets zeroing in on your steak and fruit salad as you dine al fresco can be irritating, but don't get out the pesticide yet. [Read More]
Gardening season is in high gear and everyone has a question of some sort. [Read More]
Impressed by compost's contribution to the soil, gardeners conferred on it the nickname "black gold." Even more beneficial worm castings could take the title "black... [Read More]
Red-worm manure, also known as castings, create a rich compost that not only adds nutrients to the soil, but also improves its structure. [Read More]
the bronze birch borer - is picking off beloved birch trees throughout Oregon. [Read More]
No matter the stereotype, summers are dry in Oregon and gardens need to be watered regularly, especially in times of drought as the forecast calls... [Read More]
In a perfect world, garden plants would feed themselves. As it is, we've got to help them along sometimes. [Read More]
As forecasters predict another Oregon summer drought, gardeners should consider soil and plant needs when deciding whether to use sprinklers, drip irrigation or hand-watering. [Read More]
But knowing which fertilizer to choose, how much to apply and which plants to feed is not always obvious. Knowing the plants' needs makes all... [Read More]
With a swish of his cape, Count Dracula ruined the reputation of bats forevermore. Maybe. [Read More]
Bats' voracious appetite for insects turns them into a living pesticide that saves farmers billions of dollars a year and helps rid our backyards of... [Read More]
Stellar speakers, inspiration and new friends await gardeners attending the Growing Gardens conference July 13-14 at Linfield College in McMinnville. [Read More]
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