Roosters Organic Keeping Fall Plants Healthy
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Fall has finally arrived and, with the change of season, so have, cooler temperatures. October is when pumpkins, hardy autumn squashes, apples and many other plants ripen — you are likely enjoying the rewards of your harvest right now. However, depending on your local weather conditions and other environmental factors, you might find that some…

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Teresa's Garden Talk
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 Summer Is Ending Another Spring and Summer is about to come to an end. This year, there was so much rain and flooding throughout the country, that many of us didn’t even get to plant our gardens or crops, and many of us got a late start.  But then, there were those of us fortunate…

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Well now that Spring is finally here, it’s time to get Gardening. I get so excited this time of year and get extremely anxious to get outside and start digging. And, I will not get ahead of myself and go overboard this year. Why? Because I have a plan. I know I say that every…

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Don’t Be A Procrastinator As Spring is quickly approaching, now is a great time to start planning your outdoor gardening.  Whether it be a vegetable garden, flower bed, or just revamping your lawn, there are so many choices.  Now, I won’t mention any names (ME) but a lot of people neglect to plan ahead. The…

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Beech Creek Garden Symposium February 9, 2019 8:00am-4:00pm 19th annual Beech Creek Garden Symposium Held at R.G. Drage Career Center in Massillon Registration Brochure The goal of Beech Creek’s Garden Symposium is to educate, equip, and to inspire people to be great gardeners and good stewards of our environment. Expert speakers from all over the…

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