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Gardening Tips: Tree fruit diseases | Columnists | hudsonvalley360.com – Hudson Valley 360

Instead of ushering in the summer season, as is usually the case, this past Memorial Day weekend featured a return to winter like weather. I don’t ever recall such nasty weather this late in the season. Some people lost some tender vegetable garden plants from the cold. As my friend Ken, from Story’s nursery says “Plant early and be prepared to plant often.” I lost one of my “Big Beef” tomato plants and I am glad I did not set them all out yet! The rain was more than welcome though, as I recorded almost 2.5 inches at my house. My rain barrels runnith over!

It looks like many of us will spend some time this week mowing our lawns as our cool season grasses grow fastest under precisely these cool, wet conditions. Normally, I would be reminding you that this is a good time to fertilize your lawn
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