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Hort Science Newsletter

Hort Science
Newsletter

Hort Science Newsletter[/caption] The NCSU Department of Horticultural Science has launched a quarterly on-line Newsletter Subscribe to see great horticulture images, learn about faculty and staff, find out about the latest research, extension and teaching as well as upcoming events.

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Hort Science Newsletter

Hort Science
Newsletter

Hort Science Newsletter[/caption] The NCSU Department of Horticultural Science has launched a quarterly on-line Newsletter Subscribe to see great horticulture images, learn about faculty and staff, find out about the latest research, extension and teaching as well as upcoming events.

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Coastal Planting Guide

Native Plants for
Coastal North Carolina Landscapes

http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/plantbiology/ncsc/Coastal_Planting_Guide.pdf Funded by the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation and developed through a collaboration between the US Fish & Wildlife Service and researchers at the North Carolina State University Herbarium, as well as numerous partners, including the Beach Vitex Task Force, the North Carolina, Aquarium, and Sea Grant. To request a hard copy, please contact:Dale Suiter (USFWS) http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/plantbiology/ncsc/Coastal_Planting_Guide.pdf[/caption]

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December-Linda-Blue

December Tips for the
Gardener - 9 minute video

Check out this 9 minute video on Poinsettias, Christmas Cactus, Christmas trees and more. Featuring Linda Blue

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image by Saaby

Asian lady beetles
have begun their search for winter quarters.

image by Saaby[/caption] Beetles have begun focusing their attention on finding a place to spend the winter. Among their favorite sites are crevices in tree bark, rock outcroppings, and buildings. In most cases, the beetles are a minor inconvenience but occassionally people's houses have been inundated with literally thousands of lady beetles. The beetles can pinch and some people can develop allergies to airborne particulates from lady beetle carcasses. If you squish them, the beetles excude an odor and leave a yellow-brown stain, however, beetles do not cause structural damage. Management: exclusion vacuume up indoor beetles blacklight traps More Information by Mike Waldvogel and Patty Alder

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Public Gardens Map

Public Gardens
Map

Check out the Map of Public Gardens on the NCSU Gardening Portal *  Click on a marker for detailed information about that garden. * Use the zoom tool on the left to focus in on a particular area or to view a larger area. * Click and drag to reposition the view. *  Click a type of garden in the key to view only gardens of that type. *  Scroll down below the full size map for an alphabetical listing of gardens.

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Extension Master Gardeners Headed to Costa Rica in 2015

North Carolina Extension Master Gardener Volunteers (EMGVs) are launching an International Travel Study program with a trip to Costa Rica 2/20/2015 to 3/2/2015. EMGVs and other interested individual are welcome. A payment of $2,895 (does NOT include airfare)  is due MORE »

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Backyard Composting

Instead of disposing of yard trimmings and kitchen scraps, you can compost them in your own backyard. Composting is an easy, fascinating, and natural way to recycle. Compost can be made from most MORE »

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Choosing and Using Edible Flowers

Enjoy the Flavor, Color, and Texture That Flowers Can Bring to Food. “Choosing and Using Edible Flowers” by Cyndi Lauderdale and Lucy Bradley is available on-line for free. Full of guidance on how MORE »

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