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New Yellow Jacket Trap

By Charlie Nardozzi

New Yellow Jacket Trap

Come late summer, yellow jackets are on the prowl. They have built their nests in the lawns and gardens and are foraging for water and carbohydrate-rich foods. If you're...
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Harvest Winter Squash

Before first frost, harvest winter squash such as butternut and acorn. Select mature fruits (skin is full color with hard stems), leave 2 inches of stem attached and let them cure and dry in a 70F, room for 2 weeks.


 

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