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Greenhouses

posted Jan 25th - 9:14am
We've got a lot of information on greenhouses to help you build and manage your own!
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Extending your Growing Season

posted Jan 25th - 8:01am
You can extend your growing season by starting your plants now! Remember you can't put plants out there until temps are at least 50 degrees.
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Currents and Gooseberries

posted Jan 18th - 9:49am
You might be unfamiliar with these beauties but they both grow quite well in Utahs Climate
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Cold Season Vegetable Starts

Peter Nitzsche, Steve Reiners,  |  posted Jan 18th - 9:11am
It's time to start thinking about starting your cold season vegetables!
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Grapes

Taun Beddes  |  posted Jan 11th - 9:16am
There are a lot of different types of grapes out there that do fairly well in Utah's climate.
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Pruning Landscape Trees

Mike Kuhns  |  posted Jan 11th - 8:40am
You may want to start pruning your landscape soon. Here are some great helpful tips on how to prune!
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Master Gardener

posted Jan 11th - 8:09am
Are you interested in becoming a Master Gardener? There are still available spots!
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Pruning Your Woody Fruit Plants

You should prune your grapes in January or February while they are still dormant. This is a great fact sheet on how and when to prune- not only grapes but also all your woody fruit plants/trees!
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Hot Beds in your Home Greenhouse

Penn State  |  posted Jan 4th - 8:42am
There are so many ways to garden, even during the winter! Hot beds will keep your more delicate plants and seed starts growing during the winter.
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Starting Vegetable Seeds Indoors

If you like to get a head start on your garden this year you may want to start your seeds indoors now. Here't the information you'll want to know about!
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Seed Catalogs

Dennis Hinkamp/taun Beddes  |  posted Dec 28th - 8:16am
The beginning of the year marks the date when we begin to see seed catalogs. Don't speak 'seed catalog'? This information will help
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Getting rid of your Christmas Tree

Taun Beddes  |  posted Dec 28th - 8:11am
Now that Christmas is over its time to get rid of you tree.
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4-H

posted Dec 21st - 9:43am
We've been talking about 4-H in Utah. Here's the website you can visit to get involved.
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Backyard Poultry Raising

posted Dec 21st - 8:55am
Many people enjoy raising chickens and other poultry in their urban yards. Here's some things you'll want to know.
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Christmas Cactus

posted Dec 21st - 8:21am
Christmas Cactus is a great blooming holiday present. But getting it to bloom can be a hassle. Here's what you need to know to keep those flowers beautiful throughout the year.
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