Friday, October 18, 2019
wilted purple coneflower

Plenty of pollinators overwinter in gardens, using debris that is left behind to survive. Wait until April to start cleaning up your flower beds.
Pawpaw

If you know where to look, how to identify them and the perfect time to pick them, you’re well on your way to enjoying delicious pawpaw fruit this fall.
Basket of apples

Planning to pick your own apples this fall? Learn which varieties of apples are perfect for snacking, baking, making applesauce and more.
bulbs

Learn everything you need to know about planting bulbs in the fall — what bulbs to plant, when and how to plant them and more!
garlic

Fall is the ideal time to plant garlic. When planted in the fall and overwintered, garlic will be ready to harvest by mid to late summer.
hornet

As summer dwindles down, so do the food supplies bees, wasps and hornets rely on, which makes them aggressive. Learn how to prevent getting stung.
green tomato

Many gardeners have had to harvest more green tomatoes than usual this year, making it a great time to learn how to harvest, ripen and cook green tomatoes.
mosquito

Mosquitoes occur every summer, but there are some things you can do about them. Learn how to manage mosquito populations near you.
baler and round bales

With this year's weird weather, you may be wondering how to value a standing hay crop. OSU Extension field specialist Dianne Shoemaker has some answers.
Deer on trail.

Those hunting in or near areas where chronic wasting disease has been confirmed should take precautions this deer season.
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