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More Light, More Flavor

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More Light, More Flavor
Researchers at MIT discovered that varying light intensity and periods can effect flavor in basil. Perhaps mass-produced fruits and vegetables could be tastier and healthier.

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Ambrosia Beetle In Georgia Pecan Trees

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Ambrosia Beetle In Georgia Pecan Trees
Ambrosia beetles are damaging south Georgia pecan orchards. They are not confined to pecans, though. They can attack many types of ornamental shrubs and trees.

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2019 Year of the Pumpkin

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2019 Year of the Pumpkin
The National Garden Bureau has declared 2019 as The Year of the Pumpkin. With that announcement comes a whole lot of useful information, history, and growing tips about pumpkins. We think you'll enjoy reading about it.

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Experts Share Knowledge

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Experts Share Knowledge

Virginia Cooperative Extension's experts and educators have made it easy for you to access university knowledge and information via an interactive digital format.

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Horticultural Therapy

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Horticultural Therapy
The New York Times published an article a few days ago about Horticultural Therapy. Briefly stated, "Horticultural therapy embraces the basics, using nature and gardening-like activities, facilitated by a trained therapist, to help patients feel better.

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