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Cracking The Mystery of Monarch Eggs

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Cracking The Mystery of Monarch Eggs
According to an article published by Michigan State University, "Only about 5 percent of monarch eggs survive to become butterflies." Why is that? Is something eating them? To find out, "doctoral student Andrew Myers set up 24/7 surveillance to determine who is preying on the eggs."

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Clouds of Painted Ladies

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Clouds of Painted Ladies
Swarms of Painted Lady butterflies are filling the skies in Southern California as they migrate north.

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New Gardening Classes Online

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New Gardening Classes Online
Utah State University offers new gardening education classes online.

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Pest management guide available

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Pest management guide available
The 2019 Virginia Cooperative Extension pest management and production guides are now available for purchase and free download.

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Travel Easier in Cherry Blossom Season

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Travel Easier in Cherry Blossom Season

For those of you who plan to travel to Washington, DC to enjoy the Cherry Blossom season, the Metro has great news for you.

Metro is planning to welcome area residents and visitors traveling during the busy Cherry Blossom season with a four-week suspension of almost all weekend track work beginning Saturday, March 23. 

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