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Home Grown is an educational, entertaining, question-answer column seen weekly in "News from the Genesee MSUE Office," a weekly newsletter for Genesee County Master Gardeners. Special thanks to the Genesee, Oakland and Livingston county MSU Extension offices for providing this service.

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2004 Editions

2005 Editions Jan - Jun

2005 July

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HOME GROWN 

We've been providing "Home Grown" on our site since August of 2004, when we received permission from the author, Gretchen Voyle. Her advice is entertaining, timely and dependable. Here is a list of the columns that we have from 2004 for you to view:

8-19-04 Soil amendments; overgrown perennials
9-1-04 Wasps; dead & dying evergreens; early fall color; tomato plants
9-7-04 Giant Hogweed;  Yellow Jackets
9-15-04 Tent caterpillars; cats, bats and rabies
9-22-04 Dogwood Sawfly; Moss in lawns and patios
9-30-04 Harvesting Gourds; Peat vs. Peat
10-7-04 Planning vegetable gardens; Caring for Orchids
10-12-04 Spiders; Begonias as houseplants
10-20-04 Bulbs: to buy or not to buy? And - Burlap for winter shrub protection
10-28-04 Autumn leaf cleanup; Why oaks aren't pruned in warm weather
11-04-04 Asian Ladybird Beetles; This year's giant weed plants
11-12-04 Winter storage for Cannas; Wet soil killing new shrubs
11-19-04 Preparing roses for winter; Insect pests on siding

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