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Year: 2017

July 25, 2017  Pollinators have a staunch ally in Graham White. White, a small-scale hobby beekeeper in Scotland, has been an international campaigner on the dangers of neonicotinoid pesticides since 2003. To this endeavor, he brings his background in environmental education and teaching, a fascination with the biodiversity of life and his long-term involvement in…
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Spring comes: the flowers learn their colored shapes.” –  Maria Konopnicka March is a busy month in the garden. The weather is changing, the plants are growing, and there are a ton of things to get done in the yard and the garden. Let’s start with the yard in general and work our way down…
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Is It Really Spring?

Is This Really Spring? 6 Tips If We Have a Late Freeze/Frost The question most asked here at Geo Growers this time of year is: Is it really spring?               As I write this, the temperature is pushing 90 F and looking at the 10 Day Forecast, the meteorologists are…
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February is only as long as is needed to mass the time until March. J.R. Stockton February is a busy month around the Homestead. There is so much to do even if the temperatures are still cold It is a good time to start prepping your garden beds. Build and fill new beds with our…
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