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From the Editor - NovDec 2018

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It’s great to be traditional, but sometimes we’d like to do a variation on the familiar theme



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Illinois is an agricultural state. We all know that, right? But did you also know that Illinois imports 90 percent of its food



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I received a beautiful flowering azalea plant during the holidays. I would like to continue growing it over winter. Will I be able to bring it into bloom next year?

What ratio and amounts of fertilizer would you use for a perennial bed and a vegetable garden? For growing annuals in a greenhouse, should the fertilizer be fast or slow-release, organic or inorganic?

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