Linn County, Oregon
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I made arrangements to have someone do water testing at our market (Brownsville Thursday market this week (thursday 3-6) and I can't find her name. Would you share? Gini Bramlett interim mkt mgr. 503-381-7333 firstname.lastname@example.org
Linn County OR water testing and interpretation 2 months ago
I want to broadcast buckwheat on tilled ground. should I work it in with a tiller, a disk or a spike harrow? should I then roll it to improve seed soil contact or would it work to just waterit in?
Linn County OR over 2 years ago
My grapes are stunted and shriveled up. They were fine last two years. Vines are very old. I'm a novice. What is it? What can I do about it?? Barbara in Brownsville
Linn County OR about 3 years ago
It sure looks like that could be what is happening here at a house for sale down by Kimmel Park. Can we please get some help? Call Vicky at 503 897-2938. She has seen it in person.
Linn County OR bees over 4 years ago
Do Boer wethers have to be dehorned for market projects? For fair? For 4-H or FFA?
I moved in to my first house with a lawn recently, and realized that I'm quite allergic to the grass (when I mow it I need to wear an air filter mask and really thoroughly wash my skin and eyes after). I was planning to replace the it with bark mulch or something, but then I heard that micro clover might be a good option because it looks nicer and is good for pollinators. However, since then I've heard a lot of conflicting information about it potentially being invasive or needing mowing that I'm worried might cause me the same problems. I'm hoping you can give me advice about what I can replace the lawn with (micro clover, mulch, or something else) that 1) is most beneficial to wildlife/soil/the environment and 2) doesn't require much maintenance. Thank you!
Hi Folks, I grow Oregon native plants on my property, including some listed plants (I have permit); an odd plant popped up in an area I cleared after my nine foot P. cardwellii died of old age. Out of curiosity, I let it grow and last night it opened up, stayed in bloom so far this morning. It looks alien and is likely either invasive or ornamental. I would like to know the plant name/species. It is quite large, competitive of the adjacent sunflowers; about 2.5 feet leaf tip to tip and now about two feet high. The photos were either taken early morning; the flower is a light lavender away from the center. Thank you, Jim Smith Albany, Or