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Fall grass seeding: a great time to plant for next year

By Shaan Bliss Special to The PREVIEW Seeding in the fall may seem like a foreign concept to some, but in this area it actually is a great way to…

Rotary clubs unite to improve quality of life in Nicaraguan villages

Rotary clubs unite to improve quality of life in Nicaraguan villages

Only 37 percent of the rural households in Nicaragua have latrines, and only 68 percent have improved drinking facilities; the remainder of the population must walk long distances to open…

Fall pasture weed inventory: a start to improving production

Fall is a good time to assess your pasture condition as we go into the winter season. This is especially important when it comes to your weed management strategies. Identifying…

Three weeks left to apply for SBA disaster loans

By Richard Jenkins Special to The SUN Tanya N. Garfield, director of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Disaster Field Operations Center – West, reminded small, nonfarm businesses in Archuleta…

Tips for watering trees during drought

By Ryan Lockwood Special to The SUN Despite heavy rains over parts of Colorado in recent months, persistent drought conditions have parched the soil over much of the state, stressing…

Plant bulbs and corms now for early spring blooms

The days are getting noticeably shorter, the sun’s light is lower in the sky and the official start of fall is only days away. It might be difficult to think…

Season extenders: Growing season isn’t over yet

Given that the frost-free dates with 50 percent probability are June 22 and Sept. 7, the average outdoor growing season in the Pagosa Springs area is a short 77 days.…

Farmers Market hours to change Sept. 6

By Pauline Benetti Special to The PREVIEW Activities, products and hours at the Pagosa Farmers Market change with the temperatures. The current hours, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. will be…

Growing tomatoes in Colorado is rewarding, challenging

Nothing can beat the taste and juiciness of a home-grown tomato. And in spite of our short season, backyard growers can be successful. If you have a greenhouse of some…

Marijuana grow houses and zoning laws reviewed

By Courtney Gibb Special to The SUN Question: What are the zoning laws for grow houses? Answer: The Colorado Constitution permits both the personal and commercial cultivation of medical and…

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