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10/24/16 | 1:34 PM
The lane that takes you from the road to your home is also a welcome mat for visitors. Ben Pequeno owns a paving company and offers advice on his website, He says when designing a lane, usually it's a simple straight run from the road to the garage, or wherever you want it to... listen now
10/24/16 | 11:35 AM
You’re done harvesting grapes from your grapevines, the winemaking process is underway, and you’re enjoying a few sips. But before you get too comfortable with that bottle of wine, there is still some work to do in the vineyard. Repair damage to stakes and trellises, check for pesky... listen now
10/24/16 | 11:29 AM
I have a large flower garden that started out as a patch of grass. I put newspaper down in the fall, added wood mulch on the top, and the next spring I planted my perennials. The grass was gone, the newspaper was composting underneath, and I didn’t have hardly any weeds to deal with. Mary... listen now
10/24/16 | 11:15 AM
Many landowners welcome hunting and fishing on their land, but want to know who is on their property. An internet-based service called the Hunting Lease Network pairs landowners with hunters. It provides income for the landowner, and the sportsman has a private, secure place to hunt. It also helps... listen now
10/24/16 | 11:04 AM
Linda Zimmer and her husband Don Olson live on 80-acres in Blue Rock, West Virginia. Their farm sits at a three-thousand-foot elevation in the mountains, which creates a perfect climate for growing a stand of sugar maples. Linda says they’ve been tapping their 800 trees since 2009, and were... listen now
10/24/16 | 12:00 AM
Mice and rats are creatures of opportunity. The contents of your outbuilding or shed might be their good fortune. Bob Pierce is an Extension fish and wildlife specialist at the University of Missouri. He says droppings and signs of gnawing on the walls are indicators of rodent activity. The... listen now
10/24/16 | 12:00 AM
I love fall, but it’s sad to see my flowers fade and die. Drying these beauties is a perfect way to preserve and hang on to them. David Trinklein is an Extension floriculture specialist at the University of Missouri. He says the best time to harvest flowers for drying is when they’re... listen now
10/18/16 | 12:14 PM
Staying ahead of weeds in the pasture can be a chore, especially woody weeds such as Buckbrush, Black Hawthorn, and Multiflora rose. Scott Hagood is an extension weed scientist at Virginia Tech University. He says the reason it's so hard to get the upper hand on woody perennials is because... listen now
10/18/16 | 9:44 AM
I’ve spent hours planting spring-flowering bulbs in the garden, only to find them dug up and gone soon after being put in the ground. There are a lot of chipmunks in my yard. I’m sure they were watching me plant the bulbs and drooling over their meal possibilities. Terry Messmer is... listen now
10/18/16 | 9:35 AM
Mike Reichner spent 18-years as a Washington State park ranger. When he decided it was time to leave that career and put down some roots, he bought land near Sequim, Washington. The farm boy in him wanted to grow something. Because of the climate, Mike and had a hunch that the best roots for the... listen now


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