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A Citizen Science Guide to Wild Bees and Floral Visitors in Western Washington (Home Garden Series)

Since wild bees are difficult to monitor and identify, this guide acts an introductory document for those who would like to understand wild bee biodiversity and contribute to conservation through moni ...
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A Gardener’s Primer to Mycorrhizae: Understanding How They Work and Learning How To Protect Them (Home Garden Series)

Mycorrhizae are symbiotic associations between many plants and the beneficial fungi that colonize their roots. Gardeners are often unaware of these relationships and may inadvertently injure or kill t ...
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A Home Gardener's Guide to Soils and Fertilizers (Home Garden Series)

How can the home gardener maximize soil productivity? This guide gives detailed information on soil structure, fertility, and irrigation in your garden. Instructions on the appropriate use of both org ...
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An Introduction to Cavity-Nesting Bees in the Puget Sound Region (Home Garden Series)

Learn to harness a variety of wild bees in your backyard using these simple and effective methods. ...
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Anaerobic Digestion Effluents and Processes: The Basics

Anaerobic digesters are used worldwide to produce bioenergy and sustainably treat organic waste from municipal, industrial, and agricultural operations. This fact sheet reviews the basic elements of ...
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Anthracnose Canker Integrated Management Plan for Home Gardeners (Home Garden Series)

Home gardeners can learn to mitigate this rampant disease in the Pacific Northwest that limits apple harvests. ...
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Are Native Trees and Shrubs Better Choices for Wildlife in Home Landscapes?

Do native trees and shrubs offer a better ecological choice for providing habitat to wildlife in home landscapes? It all depends. Find out more... ...
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Backyard Composting

Curious about compost? Composting reduces waste and provides an inexpensive treatment for home gardens and landscapes. Whether you have been composting for years or want to start your first pile, this ...
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Beneficial Insects, Spiders, and Mites in Your Garden: Who they are and how to get them to stay (Home Garden Series)

Most of the insects, spiders, and other mini-creatures that pass through or live in your garden or home landscape are beneficial—or do little to no harm to you or your plants. Only a handful of garden ...
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