The November issue of Digger is now online and — if you’re a subscriber — in your mailbox. As we explained last month, there are now two ways to view the magazine online. One way is our new flipbook format — just load the magazine on your screen and flip the pages with your mouse. Click here to try it! The other way is to read PDFs of individual articles. Here are some of the highlights for this month:
- Rigorous roses (PDF) — These newer varieties meet consumer demand for better performance and higher resistance to diseases
- Cropping out weeds (PDF) — Tilling, mulches, cover crops and fabric barriers are among the non-chemical weed-control options available
- Helping pests meet their match (PDF) — IR-4, a federal research program, runs trials so that effective tools can be used against emerging pests
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