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Southeast farmers can learn tips to maximize profitability on cotton and peanut crops at meetings planned by the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service this month. The annual South Carolina Cotton Growers Meeting will be 9 a.m. to 3:30 … more
"What are you doing?" my wife, Ginger, asked. I had been standing in the kitchen for a while, looking out the window at a snow-covered back yard. "I'm looking at the birds" was my simple reply. She was satisfied and went back to her … more
Last Saturday was not so bad. It was cold but sunny and pleasant. I like the colder weather much better than hot weather. I can dress for the cold. I have an insulated set of camouflaged coveralls, a camouflaged scarf that my wife, Ginger, knitted, … more
"Soil don't get no respect," Rodney Dangerfield might have said (but didn't). Perhaps you know your state bird or flower, but do you know your state soil? Well, in recent years soil has begun to get more respect. Since the celebration of the Soil … more
HILTON HEAD ISLAND - Alligators, it turns out, are not that different from humans when it comes to bundling up during cold weather. While cold winter days might be the perfect time for people to stay inside with a warm blanket and a nice cup of … more
It was just the slightest sound - a soft rustle in the leaves, but it caught my attention. I looked up to see a big doe. She was only about 20 yards from the ground blind and was bounding away with her ears pinned back and her tail clamped down. She … more
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