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

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

Popelman Plastics USA is about to demolish a new facility.

Clarmont – Papelman Plastics USA will begin construction of its new warehouse with a ceremony to mark the milestone in their company’s history. The event will take place on Wednesday, June 15, at the Claremont Plantation. The event will feature food, music, free T-shirts and souvenirs for all the staff, as well as local officials … 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

Four Wallace State agricultural students receive scholarships

Four students from the Wallace State Community College of Agriculture / Horticulture Production Program are trained entrepreneurs – 3M Transformation Scholarship, 3M National Scholarship and National Certification Centers Coalition (NC3). Walsh State students are eligible to receive a scholarship Daniel Campus – Kulman Jordan Mills – Anniston Bishop of Analisa – Vestavia Hills Lauren Seymour … Read more

Open to surprise

Gary Thompson, a Nuffield expert from Northern Ireland, stands in front of the Red Dog Market in the post office, run by hosts Aaron and Emma de Long. The community. Dan Sullivan Berks Ramble provides an introduction to the American Ag Irish Farmer POSTOWON, Pa. Gary Thompson, a Northern Irish dairy farmer, made this reporter’s … Read more

MDA notifies urban agricultural gift recipients

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has donated a total of $ 551,000 to 14 statewide projects under the Urban Agricultural Development, Research and Innovation Urban Agricultural Donation Program. This is the fifth year of the program. The aim is to provide urban youth with access to the necessary materials and services to successfully promote urban … Read more

Butterfly garden design for the shirt factory complex

Glenns Putty – Eric Uncaf received another mural approved by the Glenn Waterfall Planning Board on Tuesday. The owner of the factory, Rock Hill Beckhouse and Cafe, applied for a painting on the exposed concrete floor of 18 Curran Lane, south of the cafe. The application for the masonry wall indicates that the wall thickness … Read more

Dan Gill works in the summer heat and do not do gardening

Even gardeners will tell you that it is difficult to get out in the summer. When you walk outside in the middle of the day, the heat and humidity are unbearable. I think one of the best ways to enjoy your garden in the summer is to sit in your favorite light chair, look out … Read more