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The cows are grazing on an abundance of fall grass, two calves were recently born, and some of our livestock have been blessed. On Oct. 4, in...

MUSHROOM MADNESS

10/16/21

The wet weather of the past few months put a damper on some outdoor activities, but it provided great conditions for a bumper crop of wild...

Homeyer: Putting away veggies for winter

10/15/21

Like any industrious squirrel, I am getting food stored and ready for winter. Even if your vegetable garden is depleted, you can buy things in bulk...

News of the Dreaded Asian Jumping Worm

10/8/21

After decades of improving my garden soil, I have an infestation of Asian jumping worms. They can eat all the organic material in the soil...

Homeyer: What the Monarchs need now

10/1/21

Monarchs are on the move! It is time for their long trip to Mexico to spend the winter. And like marathon runners, they need to bulk up on calories...

HEDGES & FENCES

9/24/21

While vacationing recently on the Maine coast I admired many nice gardens. Many of them had hedges or fences, more than I am used to seeing in...

Most gardeners do some composting. Some folks compost anything that once was part of a living plant, often mixing it with barnyard waste; they turn...

I recently visited Bedrock Garden in Lee and came away feeling refreshed and enlightened. This 37-acre public garden was created on the premises of...

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