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Soil

Ksl Greenhouse Show  |  posted Jan 26th - 8:26am
Dr. Dawn Gatherum of the Botany Department at Weber State University gives us some tips on soil, soil types and textures! Click here for some tips on how to figure out your soil type.
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Wasatch Community Gardens

Ksl Greenhouse Show  |  posted Jan 26th - 8:15am
Wasatch Community Gardens- "Empowering people of all ages and incomes to grow and eat healthy, organic, local food."
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Larry Sagers Master Gardeners Endowment Fund

Stephen Sagers  |  posted Jan 19th - 8:05am
If you would like to donate follow our 5 simple steps listed here. Visit USU to donate, or donate by mail!
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Training and Pruning Grapes

Justin Wiker  |  posted Jan 12th - 8:13am
Grape vines can take over a yard. Here are some tips for how to prune and train your grapes to stay where you want them to.
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Seed Catalogs

Dennis Hinkamp  |  posted Jan 12th - 7:06am
Gardening catalogs are now arriving in the mail. Fruit and nut trees are especially popular catalog items. Many of these trees perform well in Utah, but gardeners must be cautious when ordering. Consider these tips.
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Soil Friendly De-icers?

Jaydee Gunnell  |  posted Jan 5th - 7:17am
De-icers can be dangerous to your soil, plants and concrete. Here is a list of some de-icing compounds and their effects. Make sure to make an informed decision on what to use in your yard.
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Getting rid of your Christmas Tree

Taun Beddes  |  posted Dec 29th - 7:45am
Now that Christmas is over its time to get rid of you tree.
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Gardening Indoors

Taun Beddes  |  posted Dec 29th - 7:14am
Its winter again and a fun hobby many people have not tried is growing edible plants indoors! We'll tell you how.
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Pears

Taun Beddes  |  posted Dec 22nd - 8:28am
Here you will find a list of the various varieties of pears!
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Safe and Poisonous Houseplants

University Of Cenneticut  |  posted Dec 22nd - 8:16am
Many homes contain houseplants or other natural materials to add beauty and interest to the décor. Not only are they attractive but many varieties of houseplants serve as indoor air cleaners as well. Lovely and functional as they may be, some houseplants may present a hazard especially if young children or pets share the household.
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Fungus Gnats

Erin W. Hodgson, Brooke A. Lambert Extension Entomology Specialists  |  posted Dec 22nd - 7:19am
The dark-winged fungus gnat is one of the most common indoor pests. Adults fly over plants, but consume only liquids and are harmless to plants. They can become a nuisance indoors when adults emerge from your potted plants...
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What to do with leftover apples

Taun Beddes, Amanda Christensen  |  posted Dec 15th - 7:24am
Apples contain pectin, a source of soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol. Here are some recipe's for all those leftover apples that may not be crisp but are still usable.
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Apple Varieties

Usu Extension Service  |  posted Dec 15th - 7:06am
A brief, alphabetical list of the various varieties of apples and their traits.
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Pantry Pests

Alan H. Roe  |  posted Dec 8th - 9:06am
Pantry pests are insects that infest whole or processed food in the home. Infestations can start out with just a few insects, but a population can quickly surge if given a proper food source and a place to reproduce.( For pictures and full article click here )
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Seasonal Splendor (Planting for Color)

Jaydee Gunnell  |  posted Dec 8th - 8:29am
Each season brings with it new colors and emotions. The goal of this fact sheet is to aid the homeowner in selecting plant material that will offer season-long interest in the landscape.
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