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How to keep your housebound ferns healthy
Here are some tips to keep your housebound ferns healthy.
Winter is a good time to get garden soil analyzed
Testing your soil in winter will help let you know what nutrients your soil needs, so you will be able to plan your fertilizer program before the planting season begins later in the spring.
Management of Black Walnut Decline is too early to define
Cutting trees to manage Black Walnut Decline may be premature
Spring bulbs provide indoor winter color
Forcing spring bulbs requires planning to get blooms in the winter.
A more tolerant approach to moss, lichen and algae
Modern approach to managing lichen, moss and algae is more tolerant than traditional.
Safety important when preserving homemade salsa
Homemade salsa needs to be canned properly to prevent botulism, a severe type of food-borne illness.
Gift plant care through the winter
Sometimes people give landscape plants as holiday gifts. When is the right time to plant that new shrub or tree?
These houseplants flower all year and make great gifts
Extension horticulturist Ross Penhallegon suggests flowering houseplants.
There are alternatives to the dangers of mothballs
Mothballs are a pesticide that can be harmful to people and animals, but alternatives exist.
How to safely control codling moths in home orchards
Least-toxic alternative control methods are available for controlling codling moths.