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Reports in Ontario and Quebec indicate fruit crops have been heavily damaged by this spring’s weather fluctuations. As summarized by the Globe and Mail:
Extreme weather over the past few months has had a devastating impact on fruit growers...
This week, three call-in programs coming your way. All very different, all–of course–incredibly interesting.
On Tuesday, April 24 at 7 pm, we welcome Mark Slouka to Readers & Writers, with guest co-hosts Jill Talbot and Paul Graham,...
Mar 10, 2003 — It's March 10th. There's lots of fresh snow and it's still cold outside, but there are signs of spring. Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about bringing a touch of spring indoors and cleaning out the bluebird houses. Go to full article
Mar 03, 2003 — North Country residents plant hundreds of young trees every spring, but many will not survive because they were planted improperly. Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about a few simple planting guidelines. Go to full article
Feb 10, 2003 — Horticulturist Amy Ivy knows a lot about seeds, even the seeds you feed the birds during the winter months. Martha Foley talks with Amy about bird seed, feeders and attracting birds to your backyard. Go to full article
Jan 13, 2003 — You could say this is the dead of winter, or you could say it's the start of the 2003 gardening season. Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about early plans for the garden. Go to full article
Dec 10, 2002 — Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about keeping evergreens fresh for Christmas. And for when you're done with the pine and balsam makings, a secret method for getting pitch off your hands. Go to full article