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Onions and Their Cousins My grandpa used to plant about 2,000 onions in his garden each year. The man liked his onions! Onion growth will...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter No. 22

REMINDERS Remove sucker growth from base of fruit trees Stop harvesting asparagus to allow the plants to build up energy for next year. Remove...

Bagworms and other garden pests

I have been getting questions about when to spray for bagworm. If you recall last year we had a tremendous population of these critters,...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter No. 21

Reminders Mulch vegetable garden. Pinch mums when they reach 6" tall to encourage bushier growth. https://tinyurl.com/yb4cd4aa Make a vegetable garden "map" so that you remember what was...

It Looks Like Aliens Have Landed!

What are those orange tentacle things on my juniper? They look like aliens! The answer is Cedar-apple, cedar-hawthorn, and cedar-quince rust. This time of...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter – #20

ANNOUNCEMENTS This Week’s K-State Garden Hour Webinar: Xeriscaping: Beautiful Landscapes with Less Water, Wednesday, May 19th; Noon – 1:00pm CST Presented by: Ariel Whitely-Noll, Shawnee...

Harvey County Farmers Market

The Harvey County Farmers market is about to start its 38th season in Newton! Some of you will remember that first market back in...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter No. 19

Reminders • Mound soil around potato plants to make sure tubers aren't exposed. Sunlight hitting tubers will cause them to turn green. • Check fruit trees...

Bagworm Infestations

Last year’s bagworm infestation was the worst I have ever seen! This year I have been getting questions earlier in the year than ever...
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