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A little TLC now helps ensure growth in the spring
I’ve grown several types of roses over the years, some more fussy with their care than others. But like most gardeners, the big dilemma in the fall is when to cover them up for the winter, and...
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Fresh is best
I grow a little patch of garlic every year. It’s a really hardy plant and its flavor never disappoints me. There are two types of garlic. The hardneck varieties, which I grow, are winter-...
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Have more plants without spending more money
I have a huge perennial garden. The coneflowers, columbine, and a few others have no problem spreading their own seeds in the fall so I get free plants every spring. You can build your own perennial...
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Go on the offensive!
When zucchini comes on, it comes on fast. Those things will double their size in a day! Ignoring zucchini does not make it go away, they'll just grow to be the size of your thigh. Extension...
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Today we're featuring Billy Brooks, who runs a popular fish camp and farm in Florida
Radio interview source: Bill Brooks, Property Manager, Cantonment, FL Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   In northwest Florida is a family recreation area that...
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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Test yearly Listen to the radio story here (mp3) Radio interview source: Rick Andrew, operations manager, National Sanitation Foundation Drinking Water Treatment Unit Program One of the hazards...
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GPS is satellite imagery that provides the precise ability to find locations anywhere on earth. There are many ways this technology can enhance a landowner's management practices from food plots...
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The growing season is over, but your strawberry plants have already set their flower buds for next spring. For a good harvest next year, make sure the berry plants have a snug bed this winter. Radio...
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Keep these tips in mind if you're thinking about adding sweet corn to your line-up
Radio interview source: Robert Cox, Extension horticulture agent, Colorado State University             Listen to the radio story here...

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