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  Covid has changed everyone's life whether you were directly affected or just know who were. Things we used to take for granted like shaking hands, seems to still be taboo even today. Maybe in … more
The smell of that turkey roasting in the oven or the stuffing on the stove, the smells of last week will last in our memory until next Thanksgiving. What smells do you remember from Thanksgiving the … more
So we got our first blast of winter this week, and we still have four weeks until winter officially gets here. And although many of you may disagree with me on this one, we need the snow, sooner … more
Did you already spend that extra hour of sleep you got back last weekend? Many of you are probably still looking for that extra hour and really you are just taking back the hour you gave away in the … more
Beware your firewood if you didn't cut it yourself nearby. There have been more and more cases of dangerous insects traveling into our area from abroad on or in firewood. There are restrictions in … more
  So it is getting colder outside and the garden is gone. The leaves have fallen, so there is not much to say about the trees and shrubs.   The grass is done growing, so there is no … more
Last week I wrote about the fact that Chinese interests are buying up U.S. farmland and how this is effecting the trade deficit, but it is also putting our food security in jeopardy. If all grocery … more
A few weeks ago while flipping through channels on TV, I stumbled upon a report on RFD TV, about farmland in the United States being bought up by China. Remember back on September 22, 1985, the first … more
 It has been over a week now since Hurricane Ian devasted Florida. Most of us either have family or know someone who lives in southwest Florida.  My mom’s house in Cape Coral was … more
It is apple season and they seem to be everywhere this time of year. Many trees are ready for picking and they are loaded this year. Mother Nature is providing for her flock for the winter with a … more
Last week I was away a couple of days at a buying show for lawn and garden products for next spring. Usually this just means buying items in advance that we know we will need and getting an extra … more
Back in February when Russia invaded Ukraine was when I first wrote about the high price of fertilizers this year and the reason why. Ukraine was a major fertilizer manufacturing hub for all of … more
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