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  • How to keep roses healthy during a drought

    How to keep roses healthy during a drought
    Southern California may be in the midst of a drought, but that doesn't mean your roses have to go. "Roses are sustainable," says Linda McKendry, a Hidden Hills-based garden designer who specializes in rose gardens. "Historically in California, you'll find...
  • From the Boathouse: Raise a toast to tap water

    Ahoy! Did you know that May 4-10 is Drinking Water Week? Well, now you know. The American Water Works Assn. and its members want to inform everyone about your drinking water and the water infrastructure. The AWWA has been celebrating this week for the...
  • Anderson's Home & Garden celebrates "Veggie-Palooza"

    Anderson's Home & Garden celebrates "Veggie-Palooza"
    Anderson's Home & Garden Showplace in Newport News is celebrating vegetables this weekend with a special sale.  Here are the details:  - 10-inch Boston Ferns $12.99, reg. $19.99 - 1 gallon herbs $4.99, reg. $9.99 - Bumper Crop 1-cubic-foot, two...
  • Tax pollution, not rain

    Tax pollution, not rain
    I feel the stormwater fee has failed to achieve its goal which is to reduce the pollution that makes it into the Chesapeake Bay ("Churches seek break on city stormwater fee," June 12). The current implementation of the stormwater fee unfairly fines...
  • Garden Q&A: Age fresh wood chips before using in garden

    Garden Q&A: Age fresh wood chips before using in garden
    My bean, squash, cucumber and pepper plants are stunted and yellow in color. We cut down a huge maple tree and tilled all the wood chips from the cuttings into the garden to improve the soil this spring. The garden has produced well in previous years....
  • New Year's Resolutions: Living green is a good way to embrace 2013, suggests askHRgreen.org

    New Year's Resolutions: Living green is a good way to embrace 2013, suggests askHRgreen.org
    Environmental experts in Hampton Roads hope you will make some all-important resolutions for 2013:  Resolve to Live Greener!  It's important because of our close proximity to the Chesapeake Bay and the many natural resources we enjoy along the Mid-...
  • Compost should go beyond kitchen scraps

    Compost should go beyond kitchen scraps
    I want to start a compost pile, but I'm worried that kitchen scraps will attract animals from the woods nearby. Any thoughts? Usually kitchen scraps are a small portion of a pile's ingredients. Most kitchen scraps are small pieces, damaged or bruised....
  • Compost tea: Turkey litter-based compost tea bags naturally feed your soil and plants

    Compost tea: Turkey litter-based compost tea bags naturally feed your soil and plants
    Going organic in your own backyard is easier when you use ready-made organic products such as  the new Sustane Compost Tea Bags. This new product can be used in multiple ways. First, create a compost tea brew by placing the tea bag in a watering can and...
  • Bill would give farmers 10-year reprieve on new regs

    Bill would give farmers 10-year reprieve on new regs
    A bill moving through the General Assembly would give Maryland farmers a 10-year reprieve from new state or local environmental regulations if the state Department of Agriculture deems they're doing their part to clean up the Chesapeake Bay. To get the...
  • Pot farms wreaking havoc on Northern California environment

    Pot farms wreaking havoc on Northern California environment
    EUREKA, Calif. — State scientists, grappling with an explosion of marijuana growing on the North Coast, recently studied aerial imagery of a small tributary of the Eel River, spawning grounds for endangered coho salmon and other threatened fish. In...
  • Roots of pot cultivation in national forests are hard to trace

    Roots of pot cultivation in national forests are hard to trace
    WELDON, Calif. — A few minutes after 4 a.m., agents in camouflage cluster in a dusty field in Kern County. "Movement needs to be slow, deliberate and quiet," the team leader whispers. "Lock and load now." They check their ammunition and assault...