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  • Grow Big Onions From Transplants

     
    Most gardeners use onions in some form. You may fry them to add to meat dishes, cut them into salads, use them as a topping for pizzas or eat them as springers and whole onions. Think how many onions you buy. Well, you could be growing most of your needs....
  • Recycled, USA-made home-garden products: Old plastic becomes new and useful again

    Recycled, USA-made home-garden products: Old plastic becomes new and useful again
    Here's a friendly, informative e-mail I recently received: "My name is Joey, an intern at TerraCycle, a company that makes innovative home and garden products from a variety of non-recyclable materials. Our products are  all natural, recycled, made...
  • Chesapeake Bay pollution diet survives legal challenge

    Chesapeake Bay pollution diet survives legal challenge
    A federal judge on Friday upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's right to impose a pollution "diet" for the Chesapeake Bay, rejecting a legal challenge to the restoration effort from farmers' and builders' groups. U.S. District Judge Sylvia H....
  • GOP's Craig calls for environmental rollback

    GOP's Craig calls for environmental rollback
    Harford County Executive David R. Craig, a leading Republican candidate for governor, called Tuesday for a sweeping rollback of Maryland's environmental laws, saying measures passed by the state's leaders have failed to clean up the Chesapeake Bay....
  • Fertilizer restrictions go into effect Oct. 1

    Fertilizer restrictions go into effect Oct. 1
    What kind of lawn fertilizer should I use in the fall? There are so many kinds with different numbers and different chemicals and some with zero chemicals. Glad you asked. The Maryland Fertilizer Use Act of 2011 kicks in fully on Oct.1. The law, aimed...
  • Lawn fertilizer limits take effect, but effectiveness questioned

    Lawn fertilizer limits take effect, but effectiveness questioned
    Among the hundreds of new laws taking effect Tuesday (Oct. 1) is one meant to help the Chesapeake Bay by limiting when, where and how Marylanders should feed their lawns. One scientist, though, suggests homeowners could help the bay better by forgoing...
  • Connecticut Seaweed Could Represent the Future For the State's Cosmetics Manufacturers

    Connecticut Seaweed Could Represent the Future For the State's Cosmetics Manufacturers
    The distinguished members of the Connecticut chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (bet you didn't even know we had a chapter here) will be gathering this September to hear about seaweed. Connecticut seaweed to be exact. The kind of seaweed that...
  • Did Md. chicken out on poultry manure?

    Did Md. chicken out on poultry manure?
    Industrialist Jean Paul Getty once compared manure to money in that both have to be "spread around." But in Maryland, we know that too much spreading of manure is costly, and the trick is to find more cost-effective ways of dealing with it. That's a...
  • $37M targeted for helping Florida's springs

    $37M targeted for helping Florida's springs
    Standing less than 2 miles from an algae-plagued Wekiwa Springs, Gov. Rick Scott and Florida's top environmental officials gushed praise Wednesday for $37 million in public money set aside to jump-start restoration work at some of the state's best-known...
  • 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....
  • 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...