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Using Older Seeds

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This is the time of the year when thoughts turn to seed saving – at least, that’s the case around here. Veggies are getting ripe, lettuce is bolting under the pressure of the heat and the beans are plumping up … Continue reading

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The Ants Go Marching

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Picture Credit: https://pixabay.com/en/ant-insect-macro-animal-ant-hill-1350089/ Summer is ant season. The pesky little beggars come sneaking in every crevice they can find. We are currently dealing with regular house ants and the little black ants, aptly named Monomorium minimum. In addition to being … Continue reading

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Carrying Capacity

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Every rancher understands carrying capacity. Put too many animals on a pasture and they will overgraze it. They’ll trample the soil in the watering areas and increase the erosion. The animals at the bottom of the pecking order will go … Continue reading

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