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Alamance Gardener - April 2021

Strawberry season is here! Want to grow your own? Find out how in this month’s edition of the Alamance …

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Alamance Gardener March 2021

Meet Bill Kleiner, our new Extension Director and Horticulture Agent, in the March edition of Alamance Gardener! Alamance Gardener – …

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February 2021 Alamance Gardener

It’s dormant pruning season and this issue of Alamance Gardener will show you the what and when of it. Alamance …

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Alamance Gardener January 2021

Alamance Gardener JANUARY 2021 Zone of confusion? Make sense of those garden catalogs in this month’s …

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Alamance Gardener November 2020

Mark Danieley is retiring! Read all about it, plus get some November gardening tips in this month’s edition of …

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September 2020 Alamance Gardener

It’s September and the 10th Annual Master Gardener℠ Volunteers of Alamance County Fall Plant Sale is not the only …

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Alamance Gardener - July 2020

When enough is too much, the damage shows up later. Read more about summer plant problems in this month’s …

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Alamance Gardener June 2020

Take a look at what’s bugging your yard in this month’s Alamance Gardener. Alamance Gardener JUNE …

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COVID-19 Office Update 5.26.20

**COVID-19 UPDATE** We are continuing to serve you during this time and have entered our next phase which includes …

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Alamance Gardener - May 2020

Spring is busting out all over! Tips for weed and mosquito wrangling and some not-so-scary murder hornet info in …

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Alamance Gardener - April 2020

These may be interesting times, but there’s still plenty to do and learn while staying at home. Maybe get …

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February 2020 Alamance Gardener

Alamance Gardener FEB 2020 Spring is just around the corner. Get started by doing a little pruning. Find out how …

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January 2020 Alamance Gardener

Alamance Gardener JANUARY 2020 We’ve made it easier for you to learn something new in 2020 by expanding our Think …

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Alamance Gardener November 2019

Alamance Gardener NOV 2019 To prune or not to prune? That is the question… answered in this month’s Alamance Gardener …

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Figure 1. Bees in turf.

Bees in Turf

This Entomology Insect Note describes the control of bees in turfgrasses.

Uvas de racimo en el huerto de la casa

Las uvas son agradables golosinas de verano que se pueden consumir frescas o en forma …

Uvas muscadinias en el huerto de la casa

Las uvas muscadinias están bien adaptadas a la llanura costera de Carolina del Norte, donde …

Muscadine Grapes in the Home Garden

Muscadine grapes are well adapted to the Coastal Plain of North Carolina, where temperatures seldom …

Bunch Grapes in the Home Garden

Grapes are welcome summer treats that can be eaten fresh, processed into jellies, jams, juice …

Figure 1. Adults and eggs of the southern red mite.

Southern Red Mite and Spruce Spider Mite

This Entomology Insect Note describes the biology and control of the southern red mite and …

Controlling Bamboo in Landscape Plantings

There are many species of bamboo sold in the nursery trade, some more invasive than …

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Tall Fescue, Hard (Fine) Fescue, and Kentucky Bluegrass Home Lawn Calendar

Recommended maintenance practices for a lawn that consists of a blend of tall fescue, hard …