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Published on- 8/18/2014
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Garlic is easy to grow. Just plant it in the fall and water. The plants will grow in the spring and can be harvested in late summer. And, garlic will store for a long time in a cool, dark place.
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Published on- 8/13/2014
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Fall is an excellent time for gardening in Kansas. This season is often overlooked in garden planning. Vegetables maturing in the cool, crisp days of fall are often better flavored than those maturing in the hot, dry days of late spring and summer – and they can be quite colorful!

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Published on- 8/5/2014
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Retention ponds are popular in urban subdivisions because they catch the diverted stormwater runoff from streets and gutters and prevent the flooding of neighborhoods. However, too many nutrients can cause excess plant and algae growth on the pond. This segment shows five easy to tips to reduce pondweeds.
 
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Published on- 7/30/2014
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When irrigating a lawn, it important to divide the space into zones for proper watering.  This will prevent putting too much on some areas, and not enough in other areas.  And, it will save you money.
 
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Published on- 7/22/2014
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When onion bulbs are as large as they will grow, the tops become weak and fall over. When over half of the tops have fallen over, the onions are ready to harvest. Drying and curing the onions will help them last for several months. And, certain varieties can keep all winter.
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