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Keeping up with gardening trends


 By adapting our previously held ideas of what lawns and gardens should look like for us and our neighbors, and shifting to what we can do in our...

Are you in a rut? Spring is here, but most of us cannot plant anything outdoors due to cold nights or wet ground. Yes, you can plant seeds indoors...

Homeyer: Springtime gardening chores


Although I still have some snow around the house here in Cornish, NH, many of you may be looking at brown grass and mud. It will be some time...

Homeyer: Early spring chores


Early spring is a good time to look at the trees and shrubs on your property when you are not distracted by flowers and leaves. Study your “woodies...

What are the chances that I’d randomly run into a fellow New Hampshire farmer during my recent five-day vacation in New York City? It’s all in...

Homeyer: Bringing spring into the house


Even though spring has arrived according to the calendar, I fear winter is not done with us yet. Mother Nature is full of tricks, so I am not...

My dogs know if wildlife comes within 200 feet of the house, even with the windows and doors closed at night. Joy, my pitbull chow-chow mix, will...

Homeyer: How to prune fruit trees


Ask a farmer, “When should I prune my apple trees?” and you will most likely hear, “March.” That’s an old tradition – but not because it is the...

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