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Insect Journal...and more!


Hi folks, especially those of you in northern areas,
 
You might want to check out this site if you wonder what insects are active in any given month (this month it's insects in the house).  You can see cool pix of them in the "Galleries" link!
 
 
This is just one of the sites you can reach from the University of MN's Yard and Garden Line.  Here's what was written about it in Shady Oaks' newsletter the Shade Gardening Gazette:
"This site is described as being for MN gardeners, but other gardeners in zones 3, 4 and even 5 should find a lot of useful information here.  This is a very easy web site to move around in." 
 
They also have a Plant Disease Diagnostics page and "timely articles that cover every aspect of gardening" (another quote from Shady Oaks newsletter).
 
Here's the home page url:
 
 
Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a

Entomology info from the Campus-based Yard and Garden Line.url





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