Grass can look harsh after a hot summer, but there's plenty of time this fall to rejuvenate it.
If nests are not in a highly trafficked area, the best practice is to leave them alone.
Grow "green manure" to keep soil from eroding, weeds from exploding and to add nutrients.
Worm castings -- AKA poop -- add valuable nutrients to the soil and is easy to make. The hardest part is making the bin and that's not difficult.
Bronze birch borer can kill a tree before homeowners notice.
Watering correctly will keep your garden thriving in hot weather.
Doing research up front helps you know which plants need fertilizer, how much and when to apply.
Speakers will cover everything from climate change to making a birdhouse.
OSU Extension Service releases a new publication on the best vegetables to grow in western Oregon gardens.
About 500 -- perhaps more -- native bees make Oregon their home. Gardens are important habitat for these important pollinators.
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