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Common Gardening Questions

posted Feb 15th - 8:43am
This is a great publication on everyday gardening questions that you may have. You can buy it here, on the USU webpage
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Gardening Classes

KSL Greenhouse  |  posted Feb 15th - 7:24am
Tis' the season for all sorts of gardening workshops including pruning, starting seeds, raising bees and all about general gardening- many of them are even FREE.
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posted Feb 8th - 9:12am
Pruning can be a tough thing to figure out. Here's some tips to help you out!
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posted Feb 8th - 7:51am
Keeping your walkways maintained during the snowy season isn't only good for keeping your feet snow free, its also important for public safety. But those chemical deicers can really reek havoc on your plant life come spring. Here's some alternatives.
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Indoor plants

Taun Beddes  |  posted Feb 1st - 9:26am
Indoor plants offer a chance to avoid the winter doldrums by bringing a touch of nature indoors and offering a relaxing atmosphere.
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Fruit Life

posted Feb 1st - 8:25am
It can be frustrating to buy fruit and have it go bad just days later. We've put together some information on how to maximize the life of the fruit you've bought!
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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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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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