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Plant a Garden This Fall!

By Heide Kennedy, Arizona Farm Bureau Communications Intern Finally! It’s officially the first day of fall and the weather is cooling down in Arizona and it is becoming nicer to be outdoors than it is to be indoors! If you’re … Continue reading

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Savvy Arizona Gardeners Start with Straw

Bales, that is. The straw bale garden is one method guaranteed to get around problems like rocky, infertile soil, Bermuda grass, limited water supplies, and old age.   To create your easy-care garden, bales of straw need to be located … Continue reading

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Gardening in Arizona: Tips, Tricks and Resources

Even though the words ‘desert’ and ‘garden’ seem like oxymorons, the fact is that gardening in Arizona can be tremendously rewarding. All it takes is information and adaptability. The first is available from a number of reliable online resources like … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Getting Your Warm Weather Garden Growing

Spring is here and it is time to get out your gardening tools and start your seeds.   Here in Arizona, the key to creating a bountiful garden is to know what to plant and when to plant it.  This is … Continue reading

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