Farm Carolina - Index
By Alicia Barlow
South Rowan High School
Thursday, April 24, 2014 12:45 a.m.
April has been a busy, productive and successful month for the South Rowan FFA Chapter.
A 4-H club is an organized group of youth who meet regularly under the guidance of adult volunteers. The volunteers may be parents or community members who have been screened and trained by Extension
BELMONT, N.C. – Tom Earnhardt, author and host of UNC-TV's Exploring North Carolina will be at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden on May 6 at noon when he will present Daniel Stowe Botanical
By Elizabeth Roy
For the Salisbury Post
Monday, April 21, 2014
or Rowan County residents who appreciate produce right out of the field, Goodman Lake Road in Salisbury is more than a country trek. It is a hot spot for fresh, family-grown produce and a place where
SALISBURY — People love the idea of having a vegetable garden. It can save money, they will have fresh produce and they can freeze or can as much as they would like.
SALISBURY — The National Weather Service has added a freeze watch to its earlier freeze warning.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Gary L. Pierce, Horticulture Extension Agent or Harnett County answers questions
Gary L. Pierce, Horticulture Extension Agent of Harnett County answers questions
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden rolls out the red carpet for mothers during its biggest event of the year on May 10 and 11
BELMONT, N.C. – Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden offers guests a chance to escape from their daily routine -- or just spend an afternoon with friends -- during its Splendor in the Spring picnic on
SPENCER — Farmers, friends and fans of history gathered Saturday for the annual Antique Tractors and Trains show at the N.C. Transportation Museum.
SALISBURY — Gardening is a great pastime, and many people just love to play in the soil. Because of hectic schedules or limited property, I receive many questions on gardening in small spaces.
SALISBURY — Last week’s garden column featured moss in lawns and ways to control it as a weed. Many homeowners call and complain about moss in their lawns, but, ironically, there are those who want
SALISBURY — Spring is in full swing and with that starts the questions of farmers’ markets, gardening and the general outdoors. Being a local food agent, I am privy to all of those details.
The Cabarrus County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association will present the ninth annual Spring Herb & Plant Festival on Saturday, April 12.
SALISBURY — Because of our cold, wet winter and less-than-vigorous lawns, moss seems to be a common complaint for many. The carpet-like weed is often a symptom of existing cultural problems