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Best Seasonal Beauty is Nature's Own
by University of Nebraska, Lincoln

If tinsel and glitter aren't your idea of a green Christmas, gather your materials outdoors rather than from a store.

 

Biological Clocks "Wake Up" Plants
by Agricultural Research Service, USDA

Animal behavior has previously been shown to be shaped by 24-hour circadian rhythms that govern biological processes. Now scientists have found that these "biological clocks" exist in plants as well. Research at the Agricultural Research Service's Vegetable Laboratory in Beltsville, Md., has shown that a biological clock located in the nucleiof plant cells goes off every morning to prepare plants for theirvarious activities.

 

Blackberries and Bugs
by Ward Upham

Pinching (tipping) the top 2 to 3 inches of the primocanes increases branching and fruiting the next year.

 

Blackspot of Roses
by Kansas State University

Donít plant susceptible roses unless you are willing to use fungicide sprays.

 

Blue Suede Blueberry Perfect for Home Gardens
by Sharon Dowdy, University of Georgia

Blue Suede has a protracted ripening period allowing harvest over a longer period of time.

 

Blueberry skins don't like to be wet for long
by Sharon Omahen

Recent rains across Georgia have the state's blueberry growers holding their breath as to whether they'll make a profit this year.

 

Celebrate National Pollinator Week
by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Pollinators, such as bees, birds, bats and insects, play a crucial role in flowering plant reproduction and in the production of most fruits and vegetables.

 

Chicago Botanic Garden Evaluates Epimedium; Identifies Best Plants for Midwest
by Julie McCaffrey

The Chicago Botanic Garden has released results of a seven-year comparative study of Epimedium, or barrenwort, a shade-loving herbaceous member of the mostly woody barberry family, with a wide range of flower colors.

 

Christmas Tradition of the Yule Log
by Carol Morton, Adams County, PA, Master Gardener

The burning of the Yule log is a Christmas tradition that has all but died in practice , but the custom lives on in nostalgic images of Christmas past.

 

Cicadas Sing for Love
by Carol O'Meara, Colorado State Univ Extension

Cicadas are out in force this year, singing a chorus of shrill sound as the day turns to dusk.

 

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