Plattsburgh, NY, May 28, 2012 — Overcrowding can be a real problem for plants, from the row of young lettuce or carrots, to the patch of well-established perennials. And right now is a good time to take stock and do some strategic thinning-out.
Cornell Cooperative Extension horticulturist Amy Ivy shares tips with Martha Foley, including plants, like day lilies and bearded iris, that are OK to divide and move now.
(05/16/2014) State officials say a former town book-keeper in Altona in Clinton County embezzled $23,500 of taxpayer money. The alleged wrong-doing was found in an audit released yesterday by the New York State Comptroller's office.