5Ws + 1H እንዴት How to do a simple step: Pest control at home, in the garden.

Ants, flies and termites are unwelcome visitors to local homes and gardens. Pest control calls can usually solve these problems, but indoor options can get rid of these tricky slippers. At Tahlequah Farmers’ Co-Op, longtime sales writer Kathy Schmidt gives advice to homeowners who want to take the do-it-yourself approach. “Most pest control companies buy … Read more

Fresh berries? Choose your own on two farms not far from Tekerkana

Do you like blueberries? One thing is for sure, all kinds of berries are a wonderful food in the summer and who does not like fresh blueberries? Did you know that there are two farms where you can pick your own blueberries? Joshua Woronic on UnsplashJoshua Woronic on Unsplash Do it in the afternoon with … 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

Jacksonville Community Garden is open for summer.

Jacksonville Community Garden at Nellie Cream Park 155 Myrtle Drive is now open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Summer Program Registration and Activities are scheduled for Monday, June 13, 6-7. • Classes and activities where residents can register 9 a.m. – 12 p.m., Wednesday, June 22 የምግብ Food Security and Protection, Tin Room • … Read more

The downtown community offers fresh produce to downtown neighborhoods

(St. Joseph, mo. Daniel McGagy, the founder of the Midda Community Garden, began caring for the garden in a stressful way. A.D. In 2017, she turned her hobby into a downtown St. Joseph’s fresh produce shortage. “Instead, go to the dollar general or fast stop. High-calorie, unhealthy, here are the options. Fruit, vegetables, free. All … Read more

It is sown in the ground

North Alabama Agriplex is developing a sustainable future by planting seeds for the next generation of farmers at the 10th Annual Summer Garden Camp. “Sowed in the soil” week allows long-term day camp for preschoolers to spend their mornings collecting healthy produce during projects, games, gardening and snacks. According to Rachel Dawsey, director of Agripex … Read more

Metro Grand Rapids, Detroit has been selected for its extensive federal urban agricultural program

The Metropolitan Grand Rapids will be home to a new Federal Urban Agriculture Committee designed to assist the National Agricultural Service Agency in managing its programs locally. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced Friday that both the Metropolitan Grand Rapids and Detroit are among the six new county committees for the Agricultural Services Agency. … Read more

Plant one end of sweet pepper

From red, orange and yellow to purple, white and chocolate-black, sweet pepper fruits are the eggs of a garden garden, says David Tinkling, an extension gardener at the University of Missouri. Sweet peppers like potatoes and tomatoes belong to the Night Shad family. Sweet peppers are easy to make with plants grown in the garden, … Read more