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Care for Bulbs After Bloom

Spring has come and the spring bulbs are pretty much at their peak bloom now. Daffodils, tulips and hyacinths, …

Teen Retreat Part 2

4-H West District Teen Retreat

4-H West District Teen Retreat is a time for 4-H’ers to connect by attending workshops, participate in District elections, …

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Got Mud?

Save the date for this FREE event for Mud Management for Livestock Farms. April 6, 2021, at 7 p.m. Register to …

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Start Spring Veggie Seedlings Indoors

Not all vegetables do well when planted from seedlings. These plants are ‘direct seeded’ into the garden. These include: Growing …

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County Activity Day, 2021!

4-H presentations are a vital part of the 4-H program! Every 4-H member can profit in some way from …

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Garden Update - March 2021

Plants in Flower Saucer Magnolia, Bradford Pear, Flowering Cherry, Forsythia, Star Magnolia, Breath-of-Spring (Winter Honeysuckle), Spirea, Flowering Quince, Carolina …


Bull Breeding Soundness Exam

WNC Regional Livestock Center 474 Stock Dr., Canton, NC 28716 8 a.m. –2 p.m. EXAMS WILL INCLUDE: • Physical Examination • Reproductive Examination • Semen …

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Pruning for a Single Leader

There are many pruning concepts. One such is ‘Leader Training,’ the concept of training a single stem in a …

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Growing Japanese Maples

Learn about growing Japanese maples in your home garden: There are two types of Japanese maples; the palmatum group and …