Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Price of Progress

Originally posted on New Hampshire Garden Solutions:
There has been quite a flare up of emotions in these parts lately over plans to cut trees near the Keene Dillant Hopkins airport. The airport isn’t in Keene, it’s actually in Swanzey…

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Wordless Wednesday

Submitted by:  Judy V., MG since 2007

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Are Citrus Going the Way of the Dodo?

Originally posted on Laidback Gardener:
World citrus production is under serious threat by a disease, citrus greening, also known as huánglóngbìng or HLB (the Chinese name means yellow dragon disease). It’s caused by one of three closely-related bacteria, Candidatus Liberibacter…

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Wordless Wednesday

Submitted by:  Jon B., Master Gardener since 1996

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She was

…a wife, mother, grandmother, teacher, neighbor, quilter, friend, a UNH Cooperative Master Gardener, and best of all one of us. In 2001, Carolyn was one of the founding members of the Strafford County Master Gardener Association. She helped write the … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy. William Blake Submitted by:  Jon B., MG since 1996

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Choosing Plants for Next Spring

Originally posted on Plants and Pests with Nicole:
The winter months are sometimes very difficult for a horticulture enthusiast. There is nothing for us to grow and we can’t go outdoors and do much in our garden beds, so we…

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