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Cold Temperatures Take Their Toll on Plants

Recent cold temperatures have affected many yard and garden plants and may continue to do so for the next month. Flowering plants generally are the hardest hit, with fruit trees suffering most as the temperatures keep dropping.


Colorado State and Denver Botanic Gardens Name 2005 Plant Select List

Colorado State University and Denver Botanic Gardens this week announce Plant Select choices for gardeners to consider in 2005. Plant Select is a program that finds and distributes the best plants for gardens in Colorado's high plains and other intermountain region states with similar climates.


Colorado State University and Denver Botanic Gardens Announce 2006 Plant Select List

The Plant Select choices for 2006 were announced this week by Colorado State University and Denver Botanic Gardens. This program discovers and distributes the best plants for gardeners to grow in the high plains and intermountain regions.


Colorful Potatoes Offer Nutrition, Variety


Computer Model for Finding Mosquito Repellent Compounds

Summer reminds us that one of the most useful tools for preventing mosquito bites is insect repellent.


Cool Peppers Have Flavor - Not Heat


Corn Gluten Meal - A Natural Weed and Feed for Lawns and Gardens

Many homeowners strive to have a healthy, weed-free lawn yet at the same time are concerned about the effects of herbicides and synthetic fertilizers on the environment. If you fit that description, there is an effective, all-natural product that will ease your conscience and reduce weed growth in your lawn and garden - corn gluten meal.


Corn Rotations Curb Soybean Cyst Nematodes

If soybean farmers implementing no-till practices rotate corn with their beans, they shouldn't have any more of a problem with soybean cyst nematodes (SCN) than they would using conventional planting methods. This microscopic roundworm, Heterodera glycines, causes up to $1.5 billion in annual crop losses. And there's been speculation, with as many as a third of midwestern farmers adopting no-till, that the shift has led to a rise in SCN populations. No-till involves planting the new crop in the previous season's crop residue without tilling, thus curtailing erosion, replenishing organic matter, and reducing costs.


CPSC Announces Recall to Repair Honda Lawn Mowers

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announces the recall of Honda Harmony Walk-Behind Lawnmowers in voluntary cooperation with Honday Power Equipment Manufacturing Inc., of Swepsonville, N.C.


CPSC, Announces Recall to Repair Husqvarna Lawn Mowers

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Husqvarna Forest and Garden Company voluntary recalls Husqvarna Royal 53S or ROY53INTEK Walk-Behind Lawn Mowers.


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