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Great Southeast Pollinator Census

The Great Southeast Pollinator Census Open to residents of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Florida. Protecting the Southeast’s Pollinators One Count …

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Cedar Quince Rust

Cedar-quince rust is a fungal infection that operates with two host plants. The Primary hosts of this fungus are …

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Mow Frequently - Mow High

Wow! How fast a year goes! It’s time to get back on the mower again. The abundant rainfall has …

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Annual Small Fruit Plant Sale

It’s time for our Annual Small Fruit Plant Sale! During January and February a selection of fruit trees and …

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Late Season Wildflowers

It may seem like summer is coming to a close and that fall color is on its way. However, …

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Gardening in Small Spaces

Gardening, in its many forms, is a popular hobby in North Carolina. It promotes healthy habits such as spending …

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Brown Patch of Fescue

While fescue is one of the best-adapted grasses to this area, it is not entirely problem-free. Hot, humid conditions …

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Bradford Pear Bounty

It’s that time of the year again. Round trees with white blossoms dot the landscape of North Carolina. Bradford …

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