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Learn about dry farming and how one walnut orchard in Paso Robles, California created its own brand.
Learn about dry farming and how one walnut orchard in Paso Robles, California created its own distinguished brand.
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A California family goes out on a limb to provide the best walnuts
Olivia Wenger of Paso Robles, California, is keeping a close eye on the drought situation. Her family farm is Limerock Orchards, which includes 23-acres of heirloom English walnut trees. The trees...
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Douglas fir Christmas tree branches.
Do you know how to tell popular Christmas tree varieties apart? We’ll show you! Which tree will your family choose?
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Battenfeld's Christmas tree farm.
This Christmas tree farm has been around since 1956 and over the years the family has created a unique experience for faithful customers.
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The fruit tastes like a cross between a banana and a mango
The largest edible fruit native to the United States is the paw paw. It’s a mango-like fruit that grows on trees mostly east of the Mississippi. It’s not something you’ll readily...
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If you can't see the grass, get the rake out
When the leaves fall off of my trees, I run over them with the lawn mower and let the shreddings stay on the ground. But if we’ve had a lot of rain that’s created a thick, dense mat of...
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Not everything needs a hair cut before winter
It's tempting to prune up the tree branches, but it's better to just leave them alone for now Dennis Patton is an extension horticulture agent at Kansas State University. He says after the...
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The Hession family is growing black walnuts for the furniture industry
Hession Farms is a multi-generation corn farm in Brownsburg, Indiana. Anthony Hession says until about 20-years ago, the family also had property in a flood plain that they couldn’t do much...
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Consider planting new trees under existing trees
The next time you take a walk in the woods, notice how the trees are situated. They’re not standing alone, right? They’re layered. Mother Nature likes to weave understory trees and shrubs...
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How to make the most of your garden this fall!
How to make the most of your garden this fall!

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