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I like to say that plants can be as fussy as a two-year old facing a plate of overcooked broccoli. Plants know what they want, and will not behave...

Homeyer: Getting rid of invasives


Well intentioned people of the past century imported many handsome plants. Unfortunately, some of them – absent the predators of their homeland...

Red, a 10-year-old Scottish Highlander steer, had a thick coat of hair that had protected him from the cold all winter. But now, with temperatures...

Homeyer: Planting the vegetable garden


Every gardener has an opinion about when to start planting the vegetable garden. Frost hardy plants like spinach, onions and peas should already be...

Tomatoes are not only my favorite backyard crop — they’re also the most popular among American home gardeners. And it’s no wonder: Have you ever...

The little red calf bleated like a sheep as he wandered in the field among 20 cows and 11 calves, but no cow came running to mother him. The call...

Spring flowers to marvel at


Spring has teased us this year: she comes, she goes; warm sunny days are followed by high winds, cold rain and even pellets of ice. But the spring...

‘What kind of insurance will cover goats trained to drive a car?” asked Willow, one of my three sustainable-agriculture students from New Hampshire...

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