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Killing pantry pests

Q. How can I get rid of the pests in my pantry? Elise from Warren A. Pantry pests are common all


Wreaths for Veterans

Wreaths for Veterans When: Today, 10 a.m.-noon. What: Public program and ceremony to honor our


Brown tips on houseplant leaves?

Brown tips on houseplant leaves? Low humidity is the most likely the culprit. Our homes are


Saving blooms on hydrangeas?

Saving blooms on hydrangeas? Cut hydrangeas back by first counting up three flower buds (the fat


Keep your poinsettia in good shape

By Lillian Quaranta OSU Ext. master gardener volunteer I’ve learned many things as a master


Tease photo

Thank poinsettia guy for beauties we see during holidays

For more than 75 years, the Paul Ecke Ranch in Encinitas, Calif. (San Diego County), has been the premier grower of these stunning beauties.


Ohio allows relocation of critters

Q. Can I release the groundhog I caught in a live trap? Dave from Youngstown A. White-tailed


Place of the Pines

Place of the Pines When: Today, 10 a.m. to noon. What: Enjoy the sights, sounds and scents of


The Gardener’s Gift List

By LuAnn Haddad OSU Ext. master gardener volunteer If your holiday gift list includes a


Tips to better understand soil test results

Q. Help! I can’t understand my soil test results. What do I add to make my soil better? Lillian


Feeding the winter birds is an interesting, useful and humane habit

By Hugh G. EARNHART Ohio certified volunteer naturalist The scrooge phrase that “Christmas is


Are You Feeding the Birds You Want to See?

Are You Feeding the Birds You Want to See? Join the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania from 4


The Mad Moon

The Mad Moon When: Friday, 7 to 8:30 p.m. What: Walk off some of those Thanksgiving calories and


Creating holiday containers

Creating holiday containers Join OSU Extension from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday to learn how to turn


Feeding the birds you want to see

Feeding the birds you want to see Join the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania from 4 to 5