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Strategies for School Garden Success

A second year of successful growing is underway at two schools in Brooklyn.

Tackling Tomato Troubles

Tomatoes are America's #1 homegrown veggie. Find the answers to common growing questions.

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Big Seeds for Little Hands

Choosing large seeds that are easy to handle keeps planting fun for the youngest gardeners.

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Control Skunks

If your lawn has shallow holes all over, it's probably skunks digging for grubs. To get rid of skunks, control grubs by spraying thw lawn with beneficial nematodes to parsitize the grubs after the soil has warmed above 55F.

Green Gardening Tips

Plant Milkweed to Help Monarch Butterflies

Monarch butterflies are amazing creatures. These strikingly colored, orange, white, and black butterflies migrate up to three thousand miles every year to spend the winter roosting in large groups in mild winter areas of Mexico and California. Unfortunately, they are also in deep…
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Gardener to Gardener

When you plant trees and shrubs, whether in the ground or in a container, you are making a long-term investment. Find out how to get the biggest payoff from these backbones of your landscape design. This month’s newsletter will help you learn to select the most appropriate plants for your site and use the best planting techniques to get them off to a strong start.
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