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Friday, July 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Shawn Vestal: If you think lawn care stinks, Spokane has a program for you

Even if you like your lawn – even if yours is a cool, plush carpet to which you relish devoting unreasonable amounts of time, money and natural resources – it …


Plant experts: Allergy season here for another month, but rainy days a silver lining

Spring flowers can get a bad rap when it comes to the season of itchy, watery eyes and exacerbated asthma, but biologists from Eastern Washington University and Washington State University …


Melting snow reveals moldy lawns, golf courses in Spokane

Don’t be alarmed if you spot patches of gray or pink fuzz on your front lawn. Instead, gardening experts recommend you grab a rake.


Wildfire near Yakima grows to about 500 acres

A wildfire is threatening homes and power lines in an area west of Yakima.


Gardening: Conditions ripe for moss this spring

There is green in the lawns! It may be moss but it’s still green so I’ll take it for now. With the record rains and snow we’ve had since last …


Gardening: Proper care and feeding help lawns survive heat

A lot of lawns took a beating in the weeks of hot weather last summer. Add to that the fact that a lot of you lost trees in November’s storm …


In the Garden: Remove or reduce your lawn for easier gardening

Having a lawn is an awful lot of work: They require mowing, watering, fertilizing and keeping on top of those pesky dandelions. Yet we can’t imagine not having a lawn …


Golf courses’ quiet invader is poa annua

It’s nearly impossible to get rid of. Golf course greens keepers have spent thousands of dollars trying to kill it. Indian Canyon pro Gary Lindeblad compared it to cancer. Golfers …


Dig or use herbicide to control garden grasses

The garden is coming alive! Green sprouts are popping up all over the place. Drat, a lot of them are shoots of grass in the middle of the perennial and …


Dig or use herbicide to control garden grasses

The garden is coming alive! Green sprouts are popping up all over the place. Drat, a lot of them are shoots of grass in the middle of the perennial and …


Moss lends grass wrong kind of green

Yes! The lawn is finally turning green. Winter is over and the grass is coming up. Wait a minute. That’s funny looking grass. Rats, it’s moss. Even our wild winter …


Moss lends grass wrong kind of green

Yes! The lawn is finally turning green. Winter is over and the grass is coming up. Wait a minute. That’s funny looking grass. Rats, it’s moss. Even our wild winter …


Moss lends grass wrong kind of green

Yes! The lawn is finally turning green. Winter is over and the grass is coming up. Wait a minute. That’s funny looking grass. Rats, it’s moss. Even our wild winter …


Growers Open Season With 120-Acre Burn

About 120 acres of bluegrass went up in smoke Monday near Coeur d’Alene, the first day of the 1995 field burning season. More significant burning is expected to get under …