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  • North Texas Poison Center ready to aid the public as West Nile virus spreads

    North Texas Poison Center ready to aid the public as West Nile virus spreads
    DALLAS – The North Texas Poison Center staff will serve as an essential resource as Dallas County begins aerial spraying of insecticide to fight this year’s deadly outbreak of West Nile virus. A call to the poison help line at 1.800.222.1222...
  • Skeeters And Ticks And Jellyfish Lurk In The Wild Connecticut Outdoors

    Skeeters And Ticks And Jellyfish Lurk In The Wild Connecticut Outdoors
    Summer's almost here, which brings to mind swimming, picnics and cool drinks served with a cocktail umbrella. But it's not all so joyous. The sunny months are also the season of danger: In the water (Jellyfish!), from below (Ticks! Poison ivy!) and...
  • Coping with the bad news beetles

    Coping with the bad news beetles
    Japanese beetles present a double whammy. The coppery-colored, half-inch-long adult beetles have been attacking plants. Soon, their grub offspring will attack turf. In sunny, moist areas, around early August, beetle grubs will hatch and feed on the roots...
  • Eco-Friendly Clothing for Kids

    Eco-Friendly Clothing for Kids
    Back to school: Three words that warm a weary parent's heart. Back-to-school shopping: Four words that stop it cold. Between the paper, markers, pencils, pens, binders, backpacks, and clothing, back-to-school shopping can take a toll on your sanity, and...
  • Playing nice with orchard mason bees

    Bees need us, and we need them. If you plant a succession of spring, summer and fall flowering plants in your yard, bees have a continual source of nectar. In return, they help pollinate plants in our home vegetable gardens or farm fields. To further...
  • Health authorities act to contain bacterial threat to citrus trees

    Health authorities act to contain bacterial threat to citrus trees
    A month after the discovery of Asian citrus psyllids in Santa Ana and Echo Park, state and county plant health authorities are scrambling to implement new regulations for citrus growers who sell at farmers markets in affected areas. The measures are...
  • Wildflower seeding in the fall can pay off later

    Wildflower seeding in the fall can pay off later
    IN NO INSTANCE is the California gardener more richly rewarded than with the autumn planting of wildflower seeds. Buy them now, sow them between Halloween and Christmas, and spring will be marked by a tumbling succession of grace notes. Moreover, as...
  • Grow roses naturally

    There's no need to fumigate your roses with all sorts of potentially harmful chemicals. To keep yourself and the environment safer, use these tips for growing and enjoying roses the natural way. The tips come from Charlie Nardozzi, senior horticulturist...
  • The buzz biz: Saving the bees

     
    Over the last three years, more than 50 billion honeybees have died, victims of the menacingly named "colony collapse disorder." This sad fact has been the center of much consternation (and, in some circles, out and out panic) as the fate of the bees is...
  • Animal rights groups face off with scientists over fate of chimps

     
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Ever since the first of their number arrived in New Mexico half a century ago as test subjects in the fledgling U.S. space program, nearly 200 government-owned chimpanzees were routinely injected with viruses and used to test......
  • The Coastal Gardener: Life-and-death struggles in your garden

    Not long ago, gardeners seemed to spend as much time controlling pests as they did any other garden activity. Malathion, diazinon, Dursban and chlordane were about as popular as marigolds, dianthus, dahlias and chrysanthemum. It's nice to see that...