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This time of year, insects and spiders are out and about – some in large numbers – looking for places to hunker down for winter. [Read More]
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Leaves are falling fast, but there are always gardening questions for OSU Extension Service and Master Gardeners. [Read More]
If you treat them right, microscopic critters in soil will do your bidding and turn garden and kitchen debris into black gold for the garden. [Read More]
For most gardeners it's been a normal or above-average year for the country's most popular vegetable. [Read More]
We're still in high gear with fall planting and lawn renovation, and everyone seems to have a question. [Read More]
Anticipation of ripe pears and apples peaks in fall as fruits hang heavily from branches. But how do you know when it's prime picking time? [Read More]
Anticipation of ripe pears and apples peaks in fall as fruits hang heavily from branches and begin their gravity-aided trip to the ground. But how... [Read More]
For most gardeners it's been a normal or above-average year for the country's most popular vegetable. [Read More]
Since 2014, drought has become the norm in Oregon. That's hard on Douglas firs and other conifers. Here's how to keep them healthy. [Read More]
Experts explain how to tell bees from wasps, what's normal needle drop and how to protect houseplants in a move. [Read More]
the bronze birch borer - is picking off beloved birch trees throughout Oregon. [Read More]
If you treat them right, microscopic critters in soil will do your bidding and turn garden and kitchen debris into black gold for the garden. [Read More]
If you treat them right, microscopic critters in soil will do your bidding and turn garden and kitchen debris into black gold for the garden. [Read More]
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]
Lawns languish in the heat of summer unless showered with the water they require to thrive. But not to worry, the grass isn't dead. [Read More]
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]
Spoiler alert: Peanut butter is a secret weapon. [Read More]
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]
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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