Continental shows the second line of AMR for agricultural implementation

Continental unveils second line of AMR for agricultural applications

Continental, a German manufacturing company, has signed a partnership agreement with Dutch-Belgian technology company Octtiva to develop independent robotic solutions for various uses in the horticultural sector. The new upgraded product is expected to be available from Continental Secondary ‘Agricultural’ supply in the automotive market and will be available in 2024. Octava – A merger … Read more

Dan Gill looks back on 30 years of writing about garden trends and tips

Thirty years ago, in the third week of June 1992, I began writing for the Times-Pickuun Garden. It was an experiment at first. The organizers wanted to see how they liked it. As the months went by, I realized that I was doing the right thing because they did not ask me to stop. And, … Read more

Dan Gill looks back on 30 years of writing about garden trends and tips

Thirty years ago, in the third week of June 1992, I began writing for the Times-Pickuun Garden. It was an experiment at first. The organizers wanted to see how they liked it. As the months went by, I realized that I was doing the right thing because they did not ask me to stop. And, … Read more

Chamberlain weeds are a growing scourge in local gardens; Here’s how to manage them

Gardener Dan Gill answers readers’ questions each week. Send inquiries to gnogardening@agcenter.lsu.edu. I have a weed with nine to 11 tiny leaflets on the trunk and it reminds me of a small mimosa tree. It is very invasive. It grows in lawns and is also found in garden beds. I had it last year and … Read more

A village grows in the area of ​​New Covington Children’s Garden

In the West 30 neighborhood of Covington Children’s Garden, not only did all kinds of produce grow, but something else was planted deep. Martin Luther King Jr. Kindergarten June 4 brings together a community known for its strength on Harvest Day. The garden had two purposes: to deliver the project to the children and to … Read more

Learning and Sharing Patch Cumberland County Chief Gardener Photo Memory Book

Although I know the original history of the Cumberland County Master Gardeners Association, the best place to find information about current Master Gardner and UT Extension Activities is at www.ccmga.org. Crossville UT Extension Office Location 1398 Livingston Rd, Crossville, TN 38571, 931-484-6743. Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 am-4:00pm. Website https://cumberland.tennessee.edu The United States Extension Service Gardener Program … Read more

Pillar of the summer when there is a lot of work in the garden

By Barbi Oliver As we move into the summer months, our gardeners and landscapes become increasingly crowded. With tips on gardening and landscaping in early summer, this column is available online at Oklahoma State University Horticulture Information Sheets (https://extension.okstate.edu/fact-sheets/index.html) or several references in Garfield County Provides. Extension Bureau, 316 E. Oxford and End. Wear ornaments, … Read more

Texas melon, cantalope quality up, reduces production

According to Texas Agricultural Extension Service experts, Texas watermelon producers have exceptional fruit quality but have a relatively low yield between budget-breaking costs and stagnant market prices. Watermelon production was on the rise, and cantalope and honey production was in full swing in the Rio Grande Valley. Watermelon and cantaloup harvesting begins in Winter Garden … Read more

University of Minnesota Landscape Average Director announces retirement

Peter Moe, director of landscape architecture at the University of Minnesota, will retire next summer. Photo by Todd Mulville After nearly 50 years at the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, director Peter Mo has announced that he will retire next summer. A search is underway to fill the vacancy. According to the press release, Moi … Read more