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This week, gardening columnist Don Kinzler fields questions about planting potatoes, rabbit-resistant shrubs, and how to prevent tomato blossom end rot.
Trends include vegetable gardens in raised pods and a continuing surge in using native plants and grasses.
This week, gardening columnist Don Kinzler fields questions on hibiscus plants, beating apple trees and how long grass seeds will last.
If it plays well in Winnipeg, it’ll be a hit in Fargo, and all points within planting distance.

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The magnitude of spring flooding likely will hinge on how much late-winter snowfall the region gets as well as the timing of the spring thaw.
On Sunday, Jan. 22 at 5:30 p.m., a Fargo man was reported as "not breathing" following a single-snowmobile rollover crash in Becker County.
Gardening columnist Don Kinzler explains why a potted sweet potato plant is struggling, why some apples are still on trees and how to choose tomato seeds.
Gardening columnist Don Kinzler addresses whether or not plants will recover from a rough winter and ways gardeners can help them along.
In this week's Fielding Questions, Don Kinzler answers questions about the possible causes of brown tips on houseplant leaves, if wood ash can safely be applied to gardens, and more.
Gardening columnist Don Kinzler explains that after snow arrives rabbits turn to nibbling twigs of shrubs and the bark of trees, especially young trees and types with smooth, thin bark.

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In this week's Fielding Questions, Don Kinzler answers questions about orchids blooming in the winter, the cause of holes in potatoes, and whether melted snow is better than tap water for houseplants.
The Fargo Police Department arrested the homeowner, Danial Curtis, early Wednesday, Jan. 4, and removed him from the home at 924 5th St. S.
With another year of gardening in the books, columnist Don Kinzler rounds up the three questions he received most often from fellow gardeners this year.

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