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Rains bust drought but prove catastrophic to Texas farmer

By Marshall Hinsley

Growing crops through several dry spells in Texas has given me a superstitious fear that wanting the rain to stop will make it go away for good. We're wet now, but it comes after a four-yea ...


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Texas farmer perfects approach to managing garden pests

By Marshall Hinsley

The monarch butterflies are back. I spotted the first ones in between storms in early April, emerging from hibernation to lay eggs and undertake their annual migration through North America. By the ...


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Welcome rain has unintended consequences on drought-ridden Texas farm

By Marshall Hinsley

With all the rain we've had since January, you might think the drought in the state has finally come to an end. But you'd be wrong. In fact, North Texas is still experiencing an extreme dro ...


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Texas farmer finds hungry allies to combat army of June bugs

By Marshall Hinsley

On a warm night under a bright moon in April, I set out to find my cat, Maggie, who was missing from the yard. Her mates from the same litter were already indoors for the night, but she was hiding ...


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Crazy worm outbreak invades North Texas trees

By Marshall Hinsley

If you follow gardening pages online, you've probably seen photos posted this week by perplexed homeowners showing armies of caterpillars swarming tree trunks across North Texas. ...


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Texas farmer scraps unsustainable practice to save precious soil

By Marshall Hinsley

Hummingbirds have returned from their winter stay across the border, attracted by native Texas coral honeysuckle that began blooming just a few days before their arrival. Bluebonnets, Indian paintb ...


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Texas farmer salutes seaweed for its mysterious, magical benefits

By Marshall Hinsley

If I look to the native trees for confirmation of when it's safe to plant my garden without fear of a late frost, I get a mixed message. Cedar elms on the land I farm have budded and are puttin ...


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Drought-relieving rain puts Texas gardens back on track in more ways than one

By Marshall Hinsley

Aside from carrots, I've planted nothing outdoors so far: no cucumbers, beets, Swiss chard or anything else I'd normally have sown by now. Snow in early March and steady rain since has made ...


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Common flower turns in surprise MVP performance on Texas farm

By Marshall Hinsley

Everyone knows a sunflower when they see one. They're even more recognizable than bluebonnets. Blooming throughout summer and into the fall, sunflowers are a beautiful sight, especially when th ...


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Texas farmer discovers simple test to ensure seeds are still good to plant

By Marshall Hinsley

Every day when I check my social media accounts, I see pictures of vigorous and sturdy seedlings started early last January by seasoned growers and first-time newbies who wanted to get a jump ...


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