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Posted 6/22/2015 - The redhumped caterpillar, Schizura concinna, is found throughout much of California. This pest most commonly attacks liquidambar (sweet gum), walnut, and plum trees, but you also can find them on almond, apple, apricot, birch, cherry, cottonwood, pear,...
Attracting Pollinators to Your Garden
Posted 6/15/2015 - You will get a larger crop if you have lots of pollinators buzzing around your garden. Although the vegetables or fruit blossoms themselves may attract some, a variety of their favorite plants which produce flowers with lots of pollen and nectar will...
Put Your Coffee Grounds to Work
Posted 6/8/2015 - Don't forget that you can add your used coffee grounds to your compost pile (they would be considered greens), or you can just sprinkle them directly on the ground around your plants for a slow source of nitrogen, plus they will improve the soil...
Posted 5/14/2015 - A new landscape irrigation worksheet for homeowners was recently developed by Dr. Loren Oki, CE Specialist, Landscape Horticulture with UC ANR and UC Davis. The worksheet is designed to calculate an irrigation schedule for a landscape zone for one...
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Posted 4/30/2015 - Listen to “In the Garden” on KUCI (88.9) every Thursday, 8:30a – 9:30a Tune in your radio to 88.9 FM, or Listen on your computer at http://www.kuci.org/index.shtml (click the tab LISTEN LIVE NOW),...
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