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Plant of the Week: Strawberries

Hello everyone! As us interns kick off the growing season, we are starting to see the development of many plants, such as strawberries. These vibrant and sweet fruits belong to the genus Fragaria, which consists of over 20 flowering plants that … Continue reading

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BEWARE of the Flea Beetle!

Hi Lovers of the Environment! Have you ever thought of a beetle and thought of anything BUT a June Bug or something too large for our liking and frightful? Yeah, me neither! I may have some news that could either … Continue reading

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The Importance of Watering Your Plants Effectively

Hi Friends of Nature! Maintaining a garden includes various techniques and tools, however, the most important thing for a garden to succeed in growth is having a sufficient amount of water.  Plants always thrive in locations of water, and rarely … Continue reading

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Peek-A-Boo! Don’t Let Thistle Fool You!

Hi Friends! I’ve recently started managing the Albright Community Garden and it has been a great adventure thus far. I use the term “adventure” very positively, as this has been an exciting new field of knowledge and wonders. Since this … Continue reading

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My inspiring trip to Tennesee: Future garden ideas/operations

Earlier this summer I had the pleasure of meeting my girlfriends lovely older sister, Meredith. For years I’ve enjoyed stories from Fin of Meredith’s adventurous youth, I know it provided much influence in Fins developing ideas and overall appreciation for … Continue reading

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Save the Bees!

Greetings fellow readers! I hope everyone’s July is going well! I am so happy to share some exciting news with all of you! For those of you that do not know, the EPA has recently given the Albright garden a … Continue reading

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Help! Bugs have infested my crops

Hello friends, My name is Gerald Ringgold, i’m fortunate enough  to be one of the interns taking care of the garden this summer. Due to a bug infestation (specifically on the potato plants) i have looked into a few ways … Continue reading

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