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Ask an Expert: Taboo Doggy Snacks

QUESTION: We walk where nutria are living and my dog loves to eat their scat when she finds it. - Coos County, Oregon View the f.

Exotic Dog Treat Safe? Watch our video.

Exotic Dog Treat Safe? Watch our video.

Cover Crop Chart http://www.ars.usda.gov/Services/docs.htm?docid=20323

Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory : Cover Crop Chart

Little Robin signing her heart out.  Or shall I say Wobin.  Who didn't love Mrs. Myrtle Larson?  "So your name is Wobin".  "That's nice".  lol

123 robin in snow - Help wildlife through the winter - Gardening ideas - Craft…

Wild Thyme Farm Agroforestry | Bamboo Agroforestry

Wild Thyme Farm Agroforestry | Bamboo Agroforestry

Three solutions to common compost problems, from the Oregon State University Extension Service. (Photo by Chris LaBelle)

– As you recycle autumn leaves into compost this fall, consider the science that transforms waste into "black gold" for your soil.

High tunnels are plastic-covered, solar greenhouses that can be used for early-season cucurbit production

JettDivision of Plant SciencesHigh tunnels are low-cost, passive, solar greenhouses that use no fossil fuels for heating or venting (Figure High tunnels can provide many benefits to horticulture crop producers:Hi

Make your own organic mulch. Leaves, grass clippings, stems, and stalks from harvested vegetables, corn husks, pea hulls, and fine twigs are good materials for composting. Learn more in our guide. (Photo by OSU's EESC)

Make your own organic mulch. Leaves, grass clippings, stems, and stalks from harvested vegetables, corn husks, pea hulls, and fine twigs are good materials for composting. Learn more in our guide. (Photo by OSU's EESC)

Coffee grounds perk up compost pile with nitrogen (Jack Hannigan photo by Linda Renslow)

About 2 percent nitrogen by volume, used coffee grounds can be a safe substitute for nitrogen-rich manure in the compost pile.by ScienceDaily

Frost in July? The Challenges of Cold-Climate Production

Tomato weaving demonstration by Maine's Extension Agent.

Make your Pacific Northwest garden less inviting to slugs with tips from Robin Rosetta, an entomologist for the Oregon State University Extension Service.

Make your Pacific Northwest garden less inviting to slugs with tips from Robin Rosetta, an entomologist for the Oregon State University Extension Service.

Guides to 58 garden vegetables...   Each profile contains a detailed description and growing instructions, site and soil requirements, varieties, and solutions for managing pests and diseases.

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