Second season planting can increase your fall harvest

It may be hot outside, but now is the time to start thinking and planting for the second season vegetable garden. The warm season vegetables are in full production, and the wheelbarrows are starting to overflow with squashes, corn, peppers and a few tomatoes. But now it’s time to replant those empty spots and fill…

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Add interest with pops of color

Adding color to the landscape through the use of plants, decorations and decorative pots can help accentuate key features of your home or landscape. Color can also help breakup the monotony of a predominately turf grass landscape or plain home. Very few of us are landscape architects or professional designers, but we all have an…

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Trees crawling with insects

They creep, crawl, fly and inch toward you. Insects, good and bad, are all around us. Have you recently gone beneath your trees and wondered what is all that sticky stuff falling down on you and coating your sideway, decks or even your vehicle? You probably didn’t know that sticky stuff may actually be excrement from…

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Elevate your garden to a new level

Across the county, the state, the country and the world, when people want to garden they figure out a way. In Nevada, many times our challenge is the soil and the climate. But, we are not that different from gardeners and farmers in other areas who battle with soils low in fertility and organic matter.…

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Prune for health, aesthetics and fruit

As more people focus on growing their own food and creating edible landscapes, fruit trees have become as common for landscapes as they are for commercial crops. We all enjoy the thought of picking fresh fruit from trees growing in our own backyard. But, to make those dreams come true, we need to care for…

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