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Wet weather, slow season
Gardeners continue to struggle with soggy weather pattern, Amy Ivy writes.
Invasive insect pests can alter forests
Jolene Wallace shares important ways to keep emerald ash borers from infesting local forests.
Growing season off to slow start
Weather has been a real roller coaster, Amy Ivy writes.
Tackle weeds bit by bit
Weed removal can be less tedious with the right attitude.
Farmers Markets vs CSA
Our region offers a plentiful range of both farmers markets and community-supported agriculture. How can you determine which one is right for you and your family?
Love them or hate them, dandelions here to stay
Jolene Wallace offers tips on controlling dandelions.
May is an intense month for gardeners
It seems like trees burst into leaf in a matter of days, weeds appeared overnight in my garden, and almost everything related to yards and gardens needs to be done right now, Amy Ivy writes.
Spring rains mean green meadows
Productive pastures require good management to reach their fullest potential, according to columnist Peter Hagar.
Be good to the pollinators
Some insects can be annoying or bothersome, but most are so beneficial to us that we could not do without them, Jolene Wallace writes.
Grubs are making a comeback
Clinton County Cornell Cooperative Extension offices receiving more calls than usual about grubs, Amy Ivy writes.
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