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Do’s and Don’ts for Deadheading Flowers – Ag Matters

While deadheading and pruning are basically the same process, the purpose is different. Pruning is most often is done at the beginning or the ending of the growing season, while deadheading seems to be more about "in season." The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension have some do's and don'ts for deadheading.

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Ridding Yourself of Those Pesky Fruit Flies – Ag Matters

Maybe it's an over-reaction to a Monday, but fruit flies are driving me crazy!  Most of the people at the radio station have gone to randomly clapping in their office, it's an effort to rid themselves of a bug you can barely see.  Here's a solution from our friends at Cornell Cooperative Extension.

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5 Ways To Market Your Farm and Products – Ag Matters

Opportunity may be knocking for some CNY famers as the public becomes more concerned about where their food comes from and how it's produced.  To take advantage of the opportunity, marketing your farm and it's products becomes increasingly important. Cornell Cooperative Extension has 5 tips on conncectin gwith consumers.

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Keep The Colors Blooming All Season in Your Flower Garden – Ag Matters

You may not see Shakespeare quoted in gardening very often, but; "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet" may best describe flowers from the "dianthus" family."  The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension say the wide variety of flowers can keep the color blooming throughout the growing season.

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Keeping Cows Cool During CNY’s Hot & Humid Summer – Ag Matters

Round 1 of hot and humid weather has passed, but we know more is on the way. In fact, after the weekend cool down, we'll see temperatures back near 90 again this week. Keeping the herd cool and "well watered" is key to reducing a drop in milk production. Cornell Cooperative Extension has some tips on keeping the girls cool.

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