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Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus

Taken from an article written by Peg Godwin. Recent tomato samples submitted to the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Pamlico County Center have …

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Ants Springing Up

Now that spring has arrived, this may be your first opportunity of the year to take action against fire …

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Got That Gardening Itch?

As sunshine and warm temperatures have made their way into our recent weather pattern, the “itch” to plant something …

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Attract Birds to Your Garden This Winter

Written By: Jessica Strickland, an Agriculture Extension Agent, specializing in horticulture for North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Wayne County. Feeding …

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Christmas Tree Care

Christmas trees are a holiday tradition that reminds us of past experiences and symbolizes hope for a new year. …

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Coping With Drought

Quick Tips: Plants response to short-term drought: wilting, marginal leaf scorch (browning along edges), and loss of some foliage. Plants …

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Tomato Evaluation Project

Over the past couple of months, the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Pamlico County office along with our Master Gardener℠ …

Go Live With 4-H

It’s been a year of trying new things, and we’re still trying new things. We are starting a new …

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