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In climates that receive adequate rainfall during the growing season, or where trees can access a high water table, watering is primarily recommended only for new and establishing trees.

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Rice and beans don’t have to be boring! You can put any of your favorite things into this salad; your favorite rice, beans, veggies, dried fruit and nuts. This beautiful salad not only looks good but it provides great plant nutrition for you!

If you are like me, you have been accumulating stuff forever. What better time than now to clean out your garage and deal with all the items you no longer need or will use. The project seems overwhelming and can be unless you tackle it with the right attitude and help. Here are some ways to …

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The Oregon Bee Atlas is a multi-year study of native bee populations in Oregon. Currently in its third of five years, the Bee Atlas will help us gain insight into the variety and abundance of native bees across the state. With growing public interest in bees, gardeners and homeowners are mor…

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The plight of pollinators has been a common topic among both gardeners and non-gardeners for the last few years. An illegal application of pesticide on Linden trees (Eugene, 2014) in Oregon was the catalyst for writing, discussion, legislation and increased awareness of how actions in our ow…

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Klamath Basin residents Kim and Ben Piper, known in the film world as Pied Piper Productions, have taken their family on the road through mid-August with a film shot largely in Klamath Falls.

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Change up your rice! I love adding flavor to white rice. My favorites are Basmati and Jasmine. Whatever flavors you love the most, you can add into your rice. Add blended greens to your liquid for green rice, add turmeric for beautiful yellow rice, chipotles for spicy rice, cumin for super f…

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Wherever there are plants, there are aphids — thousands of aphids. Maybe not on every plant, but close enough: no gardener will operate for very long without encountering aphids. Also known as “plant lice” and “ant cows,” aphids are related to neither lice nor ants (nor cows).

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With the hot weather coming in finally all I want is fresh veggies and fruit. Listen to your body, it always knows best! This salad is simple and delicious! Check out KFOM (Klamath Falls Online Market) or visit the Saturday Farmer’s Market for fresh vegetables!

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Deer control is a popular topic among participants at question sessions at Extension and Master Gardener events. It is less popular for those expected to answer — because there are no easy answers to deer-related questions. Suggestions like “get a large dog,” so helpful in other locations, a…