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Sweet Cherry Cultivars for the Fresh Market

Describes dark red and blush sweet cherry cultivars, including harvest timing, color when ripe, suggested pollinizers and rootstocks, size, firmness, yield potential, and other traits.
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The European Paper Wasp (Home Gardening Series)

As a newcomer to home landscapes in the Pacific Northwest (PNW), the European paper wasp has a reputation for being both a beneficial predator and a pest. The European paper wasp is a relatively tame ...
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The Larger Moths Found in Washington State (Home Garden Series)

Moths are stunningly beautiful and prevalent insects in Washington State and, through this publication, identifying them becomes much easier. ...
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Therapeutic Gardening (Home Garden Series)

Easy to implement and calming to body and mind: whether enjoying fresh air or working hands into soil, the health benefits of gardening are widely recognized. ...
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Training and Pruning Your Home Orchard

Provides general rules for training, pruning, and limb bending, and explains open-center, central-leader, and espalier training. Download free PDF below.
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Training and Trellising Grapes for Production in Washington

Drawings and descriptions of conventional and newer trellising systems. Covers spacing, layout, training and pruning. ...
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Turfgrass Seeding Recommendations for the Pacific Northwest

Explains the terms associated with applying turfgrass seed and provides tables that list scientifically tested differences in seeding rates for the cultivars most suited to specific areas of Washingto ...
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Using Arborist Wood Chips as a Landscape Mulch (Home Garden Series)

This fact sheet covers the benefits of using arborist wood chips as mulch in the home landscape. Gardener's will learn about mulch pests and disease, and safety issues.
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Using Biosolids in Gardens and Landscapes (Home Garden Series)

Biosolids are a recyclable organic material produced in municipal wastewater treatment plants that can be used as fertilizer for gardens and landscapes.
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