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Handling Chemicals Safely – a gardening tip

Originally posted on Garden Snips:
by OCMGA Master Gardener and Vice President Tom Wentzel One of the major risks in handling garden chemicals is in the mixing.  Pouring and measure is full of skin contact risks.  Here is a method…

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Gardening buffet

As we enjoy the warm temperatures and gardening opportunities the month of July provides, here are three gardening links that might capture your interest. You can click on the title of the post or the photo. Happy gardening. 😎 Late June, … Continue reading

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Authors in our Midst and at our Garden Conference – #2

Originally posted on Garden Snips:
Author Stacy Tornio Stacy Tornio was my inspiration to become a Master Gardener. At the time, she was the editor of Birds & Blooms and a Master Gardener herself. Since then, she has branched out to…

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Keep your Dahlias

Reblogged: Garden Snips, 09/12/16 Dahlias will not winter over in places where the ground freezes, but they are easy to store if you have a cool place to keep them. Start by making labels while the plants are still blooming, so you … Continue reading

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