Tag Archives: JC Raulston Arboretum

Poinsettias On Trial

North Carolina poinsettia growers will send over 4 million plants to markets along the east coast.  Lise Jenkins interviews Dr. John Dole, professor and head of the Horticultural Science department at NCSU about the poinsettia trails at the JC Raulston … Continue reading

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Taking Care of Business, Going Native, Avoiding Tomato Diseases

In this episode our host, Harold Johnson, reminds us about caring for our vegetables when we are away on summer holidays.The Enthusiastic Gardener, Charles Murphy, explains how to avoid some common tomato plant diseases, and Harold Johnson visits the Sarah P. Duke … Continue reading

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Things are warming up! What’s up with my tomatoes? What’s in my garden?

In today’s episode our host, Harold Johnson alerts us to gardening chores for June —so plant those summer annuals and bulbs, watch your mower height, and get those azaleas pruned if you haven’t already done so.The Enthusiastic Gardener, Charles Murphy, explains how to avoid … Continue reading

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100 Years of Service, Bluebirds, Tomatoes and Tiny Trees Abound

For 100 years, the NC Cooperative Extension Service has been helping the citizens of NC expand agriculture and industry across North Carolina.  Today, the Durham County Extension Master Gardener Volunteers launch their new radio program providing expert gardening information for NC gardeners.  In … Continue reading

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Co-Host / Producer featured on WRAL

 Durham County Master Gardener and Co-Host / Producer of this show, Harold Johnson,  was featured on the May 27 episode of WRAL’s Tar Heel Traveler.  You can see bonsai trees created by Harold and other members of the Triangle Bonsai … Continue reading

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