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Agriculture News For May, 2018

  • June in the garden
    Date: May 16, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "By Connie Nichols Did you enjoy your spring bulbs this year? If you want to add, change or renew the area, now is the time to plan while you can still see this year's blooms. Ask yourself what worked and what didn't."

  • The plants in your garden may not come from where you expected
    Date: May 16, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "That hanging flower basket you bought mom for Mother's Day, the perennials you planted for ground cover or the annuals being considered for the special pot on the patio may have been shipped from a greenhouse near Puget Sound, but some of the plants inside the containers may have started out in South America or Africa. Western Washington is one of the nation's biggest producers of landscape and nursery plants, generating more than $365 million in annual sales for an industry producing everything from acaena to zinnias."

  • Stay informed with the new Farming Life app
    Date: May 14, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Farming Life NI, which is supported by Danske Bank, will go live on Wednesday, 16th May to coincide with the beginning of the 150th Balmoral Show. It brings together the widest range of farming community stories and content from around the internet; well-known publishers, news outlets, social media, special bloggers and even niche farming services companies."

  • Potatoes are the most popular crop for gardeners growing their own fruit and veg
    Date: May 03, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Potatoes are the most popular crop for gardeners and allotment holders growing their own food, according to the first survey of its kind since the Second World War. Thousands of harvests have been logged by scientists from the University of Sheffield in the MYHarvest project which aims to reveal the most plentiful fruit and vegetables grown across the UK by green-fingered amateurs."

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