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Cultural Management of Tomato Diseases

There is nothing quite like going out to your garden for a truly “vine-ripe” tomato. Some years it seems to take forever to bite into that first homegrown beauty. There are several tomato diseases...

Reducing Herbicide Damage in the Landscape

Each year, homeowners and gardeners turn to herbicides to combat weeds in their lawns and gardens. Occasionally, herbicides may cause unintended damage to plants in the landscape. This can occur...

Watch Out For Squash Vine Borers

While growing your own vegetables can be quite rewarding, it can also be frustrating, especially when a lush squash plant seems to up and die in a matter of a few days. If you’ve ever attempted to...

Donor Human Milk: Is it beneficial?

Human milk offers advantages to all newborns, but particularly benefits low birth weight, premature infants. When infants are born premature and at a low birth weight they are at higher risk for...

The Detox Tea Trend

Social media is full of unsolicited advice on health and lifestyle. Trending recently is consuming detox drinks to lose weight. These drinks are often promoted by celebrities, and aggressively...

Is Using Wild Yeast Such A Wild Thought?

Yeast plays an important role in making bread and producing alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, and mead. It is important to note, however, that not all yeast is the same. Large companies...

Drying Up Root and Crown Rot Pathogens

There is an old saying, “too much or too little water can kill or harm plants”. This simple statement speaks volumes in understanding plant disease prevention. Most plants can be affected by some...

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