Spring gardening workshops a bloomin’ deal

Dr. Curtis Swift of the CSU Extension office thins tomato seedlings that he is growing for an upcoming presentation at Dos Rios Elementary School.



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Dr. Curtis Swift of the CSU Extension office thins tomato seedlings that he is growing for an upcoming presentation at Dos Rios Elementary School.

The everyday habits of a backyard gardener can have detrimental effects to the commercial orchards and gardens in the Grand Valley. That’s why it’s important to know how to…




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