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    Coastal's Weekly Journal: How to Graft Fruit Trees, Beekeeping & Ag News

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    February 28, 2018
    How to Graft Fruit Trees
     
     

    How to Graft Your Fruit Trees  

    In nature, two closely related plants growing nearby can graft together. It does happen. By giving nature a gentle nudge and grafting your own trees, you can harvest different fruit from the same tree. All you need are a few tools, some grafting supplies, and easy-to-follow steps.  
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    Beekeeping For Fun and Profit
     
     

    Beekeeping for Fun and Profit   

    Honey bees are some of the best pollinators on the planet, making it possible for us to grow nearly a third of the food we eat. The Coastal bee expert is Matthew Teichman, floor supervisor at the Woodburn, Oregon store. He knows his stuff, and is always eager to share his passion and insights with others. We chatted with him about his full-time hobby and what he suggests for folks interested in keeping their own bees.  
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    Ag News Roundup
     
     

    Ag News Roundup  

    In today’s Ag News Roundup, study proves salmon use geomagnetic fields, stricter mercury limits coming to Oregon, new livestock district postponed in Umatilla County, wolf-livestock projects get grant funding, and fairs recognized as economic drivers in Washington state. 
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