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4-H Across Coos Newsletter, October 2014

4-H Across Coos Newsletter, October 2014

Fall Leaves

What can I do with all the fall leaves I’ve raked up?


I’d like to grow some garlic, and I’ve heard that mid-October is the traditional planting time.If so, how do I go about it?

October 2013 Sullivan County Clover Connection Newsletter

October 2013 Sullivan County Clover Connection Newsletter

October’s the Time to Dig and Store Summer Bulbs

The difference between hardy and tender bulbous plants is a matter of geography, not underground structure. Plants originally developed bulbs, corms, and tubers to help them survive conditions like cold and drought. In cold-climate gardens many tender bulbous plants which can’t survive extremely low soil temperatures can be lifted and brought indoors for their winter’s rest. Some of the varieties commonly lifted and stored indoors inNew Englandare tuberous begonias, dahlias, cannas, caladium, elephant’s ears and gladiolus. 

Pulling the Trigger: Even-Aged Silviculture- October 13 & 14, 2011

Workshop presentations and handouts from a two-day workshop focused on the pros, cons, and "how-to" conduct overstory removals.

Why are there so many mushrooms this fall? Is it safe to eat them?

Each spring and fall, when the weather is warm and rainy, new crops of
mushrooms seem to sprout almost overnight. Because we’ve had so much
recent rain, it seems like mushrooms are everywhere. You’ll find them on
lawns, in pastures and forests, on mulches of all kinds, on stumps and on
living and dead trees.

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