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June 27, 2022

Pinch back petunias during hot weather to keep them bushy and in flower.Pinch back petunias during hot weather to keep them bushy and in flower.

Cut leafy greens rather than pull up the plants; they’ll continue to yield more greens.

Grapefruit rinds make good slug traps.

Tomato plant leaves protect developing fruit from sun scald.

Pinch back shoots of thyme and oregano when flower buds appear.

Asian longhorned beetles are emerging. Click here for more information and to report suspicious beetles.

Plant another summer squash or cucumber crop when the first planting starts to flower.

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