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Our very own Ron Kushner provides some insight into his favorite gardening topics!

Every organic gardener knows compost. Grass clippings, spent stems and stalks, shredded leaves, kitchen scraps all placed in a pile (or a composter) w...

According to the National Gardening Association, 78 million people garden in America. Many people feel they have to give it up as they become less phy...

Japanese beetles are members of the Scarab beetle family which also includes June beetles and rose chafers. They begin feeding on our plants by eating...

Evidence is accumulating that commonly used pesticides are linked to the decline of pollinator populations. Several reports of adverse effects of neon...

Just about the best thing you can do to any garden is to cover it with mulch. By mulching you are suppressing weeds by blocking their access to light ...

Corn (Zea mays) is truly an American native, cultivated for more than 4,000 years by a variety of civilizations. Sweet corn is the home garden favorit...

When I was discharged from the Marine Corps I moved into a duplex apartment with my wife and two young daughters. The rear of the property was set aga...

What does the term “organic gardening” actually mean today? Webster’s Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary defines “organic” (in terms of gardeni...

Anyone who gardens should attempt to learn the scientific (or botanical) names of their plants (genus and species). Also their classification, familie...

Fall cleanup should include removing all dropped leaves and stems from around garden plants. It is possible that this debris could harbor various fung...

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