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    1. Looking for a way to celebrate the solar eclipse? If you subscribe to the Italian folklore that flowers planted during a solar eclipse are more vigorous and vibrant, you could pop a few plants ...

    2. A chemical that killed more than 40,000 fish in Tinker Creek is no longer in the water, but questions remain about how it got there. Critics say Termix 5301, an agricultural-use chemical that ...

    3. “(C)olonies are expected to thrive quite normally at this time of year because their resources aren’t limited,” said Dawn Gouge, a University of Arizona professor who specializes in pest management ...

    4. Nearly half of Delaware's native plants are either threatened or are already gone from the state. More than three-quarters of the state's freshwater mussels are gone and so are 1-in-5 of our ...

    5. University of Nevada, Reno entomologist Andrew Nuss and biologist Dennis Mathew are looking for a way to stop the spread of mosquito-borne disease. The goal of their research is to identify ...

    6. The 15th annual Insect Festival sponsored by the Rutgers Master Gardeners of Mercer County will be held Saturday, Sept. 9 at Mercer Educational Gardens, 431A Federal City Road, Hopewell Township ...

    7. Master gardening: America's national tree

      York Daily Record7 days ago

      When you have the opportunity to plant a shade tree, there are many reasons to plant an oak tree. Oak trees are majestic. At maturity, a white oak can reach heights greater than 100 feet, and ...

    8. Bug Hunt

      City Lab NonHosted3 days ago

      In June, LaDeau and five fellow researchers published their findings of the socio-ecological factors supporting high population densities of the Asian tiger mosquito in Baltimore in the Journal ...

    9. NCROC welcomes community to a day of fun and learning

      Grand Rapids Herald-Review2 days ago

      “We have a story to tell here,” said Vincent Fritz, Director of Operations for the University of Minnesota North Central Research and Outreach Center (NCROC) located in Grand Rapids. On Thursday ...

    10. The Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County will train and certify you as part of their Master Gardener Program. "If you are looking for expert guidance on community, school, and home ...

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