Nip it in the Bud

Peach leaf curl is a fungus that can severely damage the productivity of a tree or even kill it./Photo courtesy of the University of Missouri Agricultural Extension. Most gardeners in the Klamath-Trinity have encountered Peach Leaf Curl – the curled, deformed leaves that appear on peaches and nectarines in the early spring. Problem is, by the time it’s visible it is already too late to treat it; in fact, the ideal window for controlling peach leaf curl is coming up in early to mid-December. Read More →

Karuk Community Garden Tackles Drip Irrigation

It was a hot Orleans afternoon. If the tomato plants in the Karuk Community Garden had tongues like dogs, they would have dangled from thirst. But help was on the way. Read More →