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On 11/30/07, David Hoffman <fixit@...> wrote:
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> HAPPY HUMUS!
> OSU Monthly Garden News - December
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> The December 2007 issue of OSU's E-News for Northwest Gardeners is
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> IT'S COLD OUTSIDE!
> WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR GRASS IN THE WINTER?
> Tom Cook, OSU Extension turf grass specialist, offers strategies to
> minimize cold injuries in your lawn.
> PLANTS MAKE NATURAL ANTIFREEZE TO COPE WITH WINTER'S WRATH
> Plants cope by either tolerating or avoiding freezing, explains
> retired OSU plant physiologist Les Fuchigami.
> KEEP YOUR GARDEN DRESSED FOR WINTER
> Don't let your garden go naked. Keep it covered, with mulch, advises
> OSU horticulturist Ross Penhallegon.
> FREEZING WEATHER TAKES TOLL ON LANDSCAPE PLANTS
> Large temperature fluctuations between warm and cold may damage
> plants more than long periods of consistent cold, explains an OSU
> Extension horticulturist.
> FOSTERING FEATHERED FRIENDS
> HOW TO HELP ROBINS THROUGH THE WINTER
> The robin has declined in Oregon over the past few decades, at a rate
> of about 1.5 percent per year. OSU 4-H wildlife stewards explain how
> you can help these birds in the winter.
> HOW TO KEEP SQUIRRELS OUT OF YOUR BIRD FEEDERS
> OSU wildlife biologist Dan Edge recommends ways of keeping squirrels
> from raiding your bird feeders.
> FEEDING WILD BIRDS IMPORTANT IN COLD SEASON
> After snowfall, wild birds need supplemental food more than ever.
> Here are some hints from an OSU wildlife biologist on the kinds of
> food that do birds the most good.
> CLEAN BIRD FEEDERS TO PREVENT DISEASE
> As birds crowd to feeders, they are bound to catch diseases from each
> other. Here are easy steps to keep wild birds healthy at your feeders.
> SOLSTICE SUGGESTIONS
> GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE GARDENER IN YOUR LIFE
> HOMEMADE HERB VINEGARS MAKE ELEGANT GIFTS
> Nellie Oehler, OSU Extension food safety expert explains how to make
> safe and elegant herb vinegars.
> OREGONIANS HAVE MANY CHOICES FOR HOLIDAY TREES
> Oregon produces 8 million of the nation's 34 million cut Christmas
> trees, so we have a lot to choose from, explains OSU Extension
> forester Rick Fletcher.
> GARDEN CALENDAR
> Things to do in your garden this month
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