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The scrappy-looking coyote was standing broadside in the logging road at about 150 yards. I hesitated for just a moment, but it was enough to give the coy dog an edge. He turned and trotted away, down the road. It was midmorning, and I was … more
The first of the 2018 seed catalogs will be arriving soon in the mail, signaling the start of another growing season. Savvy vegetable gardeners pore over the pages while choosing plants and drafting budgets. Planning ahead provides healthier … more
"Steady, steady," Daddy said softly to Thomas as we approached. Those words might have been meant for me - as much as the dog. Thomas was a young pointer, full of unbridled enthusiasm, and I was a youngster of nine or 10 on my first quail hunt with … more
Urbanization is transforming landscape design in many places: Larger houses and smaller lots are driving the development of scaled-down plants. Plant breeders are introducing plants - everything from shrubs and trees to flowering perennials - … more
Wait! Before you put those tulip, daffodil, crocus and hyacinth bulbs in the ground, do you want to multiply them? Sure, they'll multiply by themselves, but you can speed up the process. BULB OR CORM? Before you can multiply a bulb, you … more
The deer was moving through the shadowy timber at about 80 yards to my left. The binoculars confirmed that there were antlers, but I couldn't tell much about them. Too many limbs and leaves obscured my view. The buck was headed into the hardwoods … more
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