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Q: My friend sent me a picture of a large bug she saw today outside BJs. Said it was as long as palm of her hand. What is it?-Marilyn, PlainfieldA: Sounds frightening! I suppose that it was dead, as … more
My time has come! Uh, that is, my time to transplant warm season crops, including tomato, pepper and eggplant. Of course, there are many folks who have already done so. However, as mentioned in last … more
Q I recently discovered some chickadees spending a lot of time on and around the posts on my deck. When I went out to see what the attraction was I discovered a fairly large hole in one of the posts … more
As with other vegetable gardeners, I am in throes of planting this year's crops, a somewhat tedious though promising task. If weather gods cooperate and I can manage to stay ahead of the weeds, pests … more
Though it is still June, the harvest season is well underway. By now, many gardeners have harvested radishes, spinach, leaf lettuce and perhaps even beets and carrots, if they were planted in April. … more
Q: We've seen a family with nine goslings [on Center Pond] — do they gather little ones from other families? — Chris and Bob, DaltonA: Death of one or both parents, or other causes, … more
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