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AIR DATE: January 24, 2013

We're barely past the bleak mid-winter when the frosty wind did much more than moan. So now is the perfect time to talk about pruning trees and other work we need to do for gardens to blossom in the spring. We'll get some advice on the basics and take your questions for our experts.
 
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Norm Schilling, Schilling Horticulture Group
Dr. Angela O'Callaghan, Social Horticulture Specialist, University of Nevada

 

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    I had terrible bugs that I was told were squash bettles. Is there a way to combat these pests organically? - Ryan
    RyanJan 18, 2013 14:01:27 PM
    After this freeze: many of my plants froze and now have black leaves so I know that foliage is gone. I know to not cut it off for a while (how long?) so the plant can pull the nutrients back down into their roots, but what kinds of fertilizers can be added to the plants to help them come back strong and when should it be applied.
    mistyJan 18, 2013 10:07:38 AM
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