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Spectacular images of Crater Lake, Mount McLoughlin, the Klamath National Wildlife Refuge and other areas of the Klamath Basin are among those featured in two new photography books, “Southern Oregon” and “Oregon,” by Barbara Tricarico.

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Gardening in all forms — from window boxes to major landscape renovations — surged in 2020. Whether for mental peace, food security, or a meaningful “socially distanced pastime,” people turned to gardening this year. Increased interest in all things gardening led to temporary shortages in se…

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Cool temperatures, shorter daylight hours — outdoor gardening season is reaching its conclusion in Klamath. On social media, new gardeners are asking about winterizing — positioning gardens for continued health and beauty over the winter months.

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Raspberries are one of the easier fruits to grow in the Klamath Basin, and their care and maintenance is now even easier with the guidance provided in the latest home fruit growing guide from OSU Extension, Growing Raspberries in the Home Garden.

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Whether you like to cook and enjoy being in the kitchen or just go in the kitchen to get what you want to eat without taking a lot of time, either way, you use appliances that cost energy dollars. Let’s talk about how you can save energy which equals savings money in your kitchen.

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Why study gardening info at the end of the gardening season? To win the first- ever Klamath Gardening Trivia Tournament, of course! Klamath County Libraries and Klamath County Extension have partnered to deliver the ultimate gardening edutainment experience, beginning Friday evening, September 11.

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How would you like to save a few extra dollars when you shop, go out to eat or find something entertaining to do? There are all kinds of discounts at various times and at various places – you just need to know what discounts to use when. You also need to remember, during these times, to adhe…

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Late summer: Harvest starts to roll in, and so do insect and plant disease questions. The “magic” of 2020 has affected your local plant clinic as it has many other things. Instead of a team of Master Gardeners in office most days of the week, the majority of horticulture questions are being …

Did you know that Klamath Basin growers produce many of the “daughter” strawberry plants that are shipped to California and other states to be grown out for fruit production? The climate in Klamath is conducive to growing healthy plants, though lack of produce distribution and cool springs w…

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One hidden benefit of gardening in the Klamath Basin is reduced disease pressure, a product of our low humidity. Standing water on leaf surfaces or prolonged, high relative humidity are often necessary for plant diseases to gain traction. By delivering water directly to the root system and a…