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People with old boxwoods are being warned not to plant new boxwoods nearby, but what about those of us with no boxwoods who want some? They're so deer-resistant. The new and highly contagious boxwood blight disease has made it unwise, for the present,...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Cabbage
Your next smartphone screen or TV display might be brighter, the synthetic oil in your car might perform better and computer chips might be more durable — all thanks to minuscule particles that are starting to be manufactured in Baltimore....
Each week a nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a guest post. This week, Shanti Lewis, RD, CNSD, CSP, weighs in on organic food. Should you choose the organic strawberries versus conventional ones? Both are bright and...
Each week a nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a guest post to The Baltimore Sun's health blog Picture of Health (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth), which is printed here. This week, Karen Kolowski weighs in on...
Sun StaffThe sun begins its descent toward distant pines as Paul Nuwer taxis the white, twin-engine turboprop plane onto Runway 3-4 at Cambridge Dorchester Municipal Airport. Nuwer revs the engines to 42,000 rpm, releases the brake and accelerates the aircraft to...
Sun StaffThe good news on the manufacturing front for the coming year is that most of the bad news has already arrived. On the downside, economists say they don't expect much growth in the sector in 2001. "From Maryland's perspective, their bad news is over,"...
BloggerWalking down the garden path has become a real pleasure. I like to look at the flowers and see some of the wild life too. But at this time of the year there is yet another dimension – the fragrant gardenias. Did you know there are lots of...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Gardening, Coral Gables
The Honolulu Star-AdvertiserIt's termite-swarming season again, and if your neighbor's tented home isn't enough of a reminder, those clouds of critters gathered around outdoor lights at night should scare you to be on the lookout for evidence of the voracious, wood-eating pests....
Tags: Chemical Industry, Marketing
Q. Leaves on our magnolia tree have dark spots and they are turning yellow. What is the problem? A. Luckily, there is no problem this time. The email picture forwarded showed normal leaf spots forming as the magnolia leaves begin to yellow and drop...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Fertilizer
Q: What is the best way to deal with lawn grubs? They are getting worse every year, along with the crows and skunks that are tearing up the sod to eat them. A: Skunks and birds feeding in your lawn are certainly a good indicator that you have a grub...
Tags: Chemical Industry
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersMaster Gardener Barb sent a good article about a new pest: Last summer for the first time I noticed leafminer tunnels in the leaves of some of my daylily cultivars. I was familiar with the unsightly mines left by insects......
Some of a gardener's best friends are bugs. Yes, bugs. Many of the insects and other creepy-crawlies in our flower beds and vegetable patches and on trees are doing good work. Most are harmless, though there are a few that might do our plants...
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