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Apples ripen on the tree, but pears must be stored first.
By Kym Pokorny
If you had problems with blossom-end rot this year, try amending the soil with lime and changing your watering habits.
Several dry, warm years are taking their toll on Oregon conifers.
If treated right, billions of microorganisms turn garden debris into black gold.
Grass can look harsh after a hot summer, but there's plenty of time this fall to rejuvenate it.
If nests are not in a highly trafficked area, the best practice is to leave them alone.