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Winter Weed Wacking

Dennis Hinkamp  |  posted Mar 22nd - 9:09am
You'll need to think about aerating and putting down pre-emergent soon
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Magnolia

posted Mar 22nd - 8:10am
Magnolia has a beautiful and elegant and plant form! Here's a little bit about it.
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Forsythia

posted Mar 22nd - 8:09am
One of the first flowers to bloom, this beautiful flowering bush marks the start of spring. Here are some of the things you'll want to know
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Utah Pests Subscription Update

posted Mar 15th - 9:30am
You can update your subscription to Utah Pests advisory. Check it out
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Updates on Dormancy Sprays

posted Mar 15th - 9:04am
Here are some updates on USU's website about Dormancy Sprays and Pruning.
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Frost Dates for Fruit Trees

posted Mar 15th - 7:58am
Here's some great info on that critical information for frost damage to fruit trees!
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Home Orchard Pest Management

posted Mar 15th - 7:27am
It's time to start thinking about spraying your fruit tree's! Remember pesticides can be dangerous to bee's and other pollinators. If it contains neonicotinoids you may want to research the product(imidacloprid, acetamiprid, clothianidin, dinotefuran, nithiazine, thiacloprid and thiamethoxam )and beware of their potential side effects!
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Transplanting Indoor Starts

posted Mar 8th - 10:09am
You've probably already started your tomato,pea's and pepper seeds indoors- and if you haven't you should! It will soon be time to plant them outdoors- here is how to transplant them into your garden.
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Dividing Perenials

posted Mar 8th - 9:07am
You can divide your perennials every couple years, and now is the time to do it! Remember "if it blooms in the spring - move in the fall, if it blooms in the fall - move in the spring"
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Deer Damage

posted Mar 8th - 8:07am
With the warm temperatures the deer may be coming down out of the mountains and into your yard. Here's how to prevent your plants from getting munched on
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Planning your Fruit Garden

posted Mar 1st - 9:56am
You should always plan out your garden before you plant. Here is a good article from K-State on planning your fruit garden.
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What to plant and when

posted Mar 1st - 9:12am
You may be thinking about planting your garden. We've compiled a couple fact sheets on what to plant in your garden and when the best times are.
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Pruning Fruit Tree's

posted Mar 1st - 8:12am
We're still talking pruning because its still relevant! Get out your sheers- here's how to prune fruit tree's.
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Pruning Grapes and Fruit trees

posted Feb 22nd - 8:55am
Pruning can be a tough thing to figure out. Here's some tips to help you out!
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Starting a Garden

posted Feb 22nd - 7:55am
It is still too early to start your garden outdoors, unless protection is provided. Otherwise mid-March is the time to get started. But its not to late to start your crops indoors!
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