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2015/07/31 03:02
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Frequent and heavy rains this spring and summer have resulted in several challenges to plant, crop and animal agriculture in Missouri. According to reports from the University of Missouri Extension...
2015/07/31 03:02
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2015/07/28 12:02
2015/07/28 12:02
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- The University of Missouri Extension Service says continued wet weather has led to serious problems in the state's wheat fields. Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute...
2015/07/28 05:16
2015/07/28 05:16
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PINEVILLE — Investing in energy conservation is considered to one of the best returns on money. Taking advantage of the sun as an energy source can be a smart move for many homeowners, farmers and...
2015/07/26 11:02
2015/07/26 11:02
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Jefferson City’s Jaycees have been organizing and running Cole County’s fair for 6½ decades. It’s always been a combination of entertainment and contests — and always with the intention of people...
2015/07/22 13:23
2015/07/22 13:23
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COLUMBIA - The heavy rains in mid-Missouri could actually lead to drought damage, said one MU plant sciences professor. David Trinklein is an MU associate professor of plant sciences and a...
2015/07/21 13:41
2015/07/21 13:41
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Organic, Natural, Local: What Do They Really Mean? It's important to understand what terms such as "natural," "organic" and "local" on food labels really mean before purchasing any food product, says...
2015/07/21 02:57
2015/07/21 02:57
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Wet weather has forced farmers to bail wet hay which can reduce its nutritional value and even become a fire hazard. "It's reading just under 100-degrees now," says Jim Shepherd as he measures the...
2015/07/20 22:15
2015/07/20 22:15
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I have written previous articles on the importance of educating our children in money management. The subject came up recently as I visited with a local citizen who asked an interesting question,...
2015/07/20 22:09
2015/07/20 22:09
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JONATHON DAWE-jdawe@DAILYSTATESMAN.COM Gene Rowland and Carolyn Johnson discuss plans for upcoming events with the Missouri Master Gardener's Association. Johnson is currently the president of the...
2015/07/17 13:23
2015/07/17 13:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - Healthier food options at concession stands are expanding to more Missouri pools and ballparks. This season Columbia pools began offering healthier choices from frozen grapes to PB&J...
2015/07/15 17:57
2015/07/15 17:57
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People affected by flooding in Cassville get a chance to talk about help from the state. Representatives with the State Emergency Management Agency are meeting with people from Barry County at the...
2015/07/09 10:02
2015/07/09 10:02
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If your basement sprung a leak during recent intense rainfalls, you’re not alone. Michael Goldschmidt, a University of Missouri Extension state housing and environmental design specialist, recommends...
2015/07/09 01:16
2015/07/09 01:16
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Last year, the Newton County A&M (Agricultural and Mechanical) Society dedicated the new exhibition building and the county flag at the Roy Jean Carter Memorial Fairgrounds during opening ceremonies...
2015/07/08 17:39
2015/07/08 17:39
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Time to register for Back to School Bonanza; applications due July 15 Posted Jul. 8, 2015 at 11:39 AM The registration deadline for the annual Back to School Bonanza is looming for Livingston County...
2015/07/08 06:16
2015/07/08 06:16
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Neosho City Council plans to make exceptions on specific city property be revising a city code that prohibits grass, brush and weeds from growing higher than 12 inches. Posted Jul. 8, 2015 at 1:09...
2015/07/07 06:16
2015/07/07 06:16
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Final approvals are expected on two bills to go before Neosho City Council during today’s 7 p.m. meeting in council chambers at city hall, 203 E. Main St. Posted Jul. 7, 2015 at 12:41 AM Final...
2015/07/07 02:58
2015/07/07 02:58
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Another by-product of all the rain we're getting: more bugs; especially mosquitoes. Mosquitoes need water to complete their life cycle and they like to lay their eggs in standing water, so with all...
2015/07/04 13:41
2015/07/04 13:41
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Test Compost Before Adding to Garden Soil Many home gardeners made a horrible discovery this year. The compost they worked into their garden soil is contaminated with persistent...
2015/07/02 14:47
2015/07/02 14:47
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ELY, Mo. -- Once worried about a drought this year, Ely farmer Jim Underhill now has something completely different on his mind. Wet weather has prevented many Missouri farmers -- but not Underhill...
2015/06/30 12:23
2015/06/30 12:23
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COLUMBIA - Reducing energy consumption has long been a topic of concern for many but the costs of assessing our energy efficiency can sometimes be prohibitive. University of Missouri Extension seeks...
2015/07/31 03:02
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