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Check Your Dirt NC!

This informative survey is for gardeners in North Carolina who want to: Learn about the types and sources of soil …

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Raising Earthworms Successfully

“Raising Earthworms Successfully” This NC State Extension publication by Rhonda Sherman is geared primarily at commercial production but the sections …

Looking for Food Volunteers?

The Person County Cooperative Extension Service is seeking interested community members to volunteer to participate in the Extension Master …

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Food for Thought: Are You Aware?

Diabetes can cause serious health problems, such as heart disease, stroke, and eye and foot problems. The good news …

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Coping With Drought

Quick Tips: Plants response to short-term drought: wilting, marginal leaf scorch (browning along edges), and loss of some foliage. Plants …

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Healthy Halloween

Halloween is a wonderful holiday for the entire family because it often brings out the little kid in us …

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NC USDA Transition Webinar Online

10/14/2021 – The USDA held a webinar to discuss North Carolina’s transition from our state hemp program to the …

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Why Do Those Leaves Change Color?

Fall is here and that means fall festivals, cooler temperatures, and yes, the colorful leaf change from green to …