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October 30, 2020
On Saturday October 10th Hillsborough County 4-Hers and Volunteer Leaders were recognized for their years of membership and special achievements. The event was held via Zoom hosted and presented by our county 4-H Youth Leadership Team.
October 30, 2020
Row covers are an important tool for gardeners for season extension and pest control, sometimes dramatically reducing the need for pesticides while opening up weeks of extra growing time and helping speed up early season plant growth. There's no one way to use row cover, so it's important to tailor your practice to the crops you're growing, the time of year, and how much maintenance time you can invest.

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October 30, 2020

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