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Jefferson City News Tribune
Ask a Master Gardener: Damaged viburnum, yellow jackets, fertilizer adviceimprove the soil considerably. Be sure to check what the manufacturer recommend
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
improve the soil considerably. Be sure to check what the manufacturer recommends on how much to apply and when. Contact our extension center if you have questions and consider a soil test if you haven't had one done. If your pH is too low, you may... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Papy: We the people create the solutionsSavannah; Brigade Neighborhood Association Lead Nick Palumbo; and Jill Gambill,
Savannah Morning News / Posted 4 days ago
Savannah; Brigade Neighborhood Association Lead Nick Palumbo; and Jill Gambill, faculty member at UGA’s Marine Research and Extension Center and one of the Southeast’s preeminent coastal resiliency experts who has drafted the first two, and only,... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Ask a Master Gardener: Leaf clumping, pawpaw fruit and fall cover cropsQ: I was at your extension center and saw a bush on the southwest corner that h
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
Q: I was at your extension center and saw a bush on the southwest corner that has a string of bright purple berries on it. What is it? I might like to plant it. Where would I get one? A: Thanks for noticing our American Beauty Bush. Our Master... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Garden Smart: Join the 'No More Shears' movementhttp://ces.ncsu.edu, where you can post your questions via the ‘Ask an Expert’
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 9 days ago
http://ces.ncsu.edu, where you can post your questions via the ‘Ask an Expert’ link, or contact your local Cooperative Extension center Pender County at 910-259-1238; New Hanover County at 910-798-7660; Brunswick County at 910-253-2610. You can... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Phage research may provide cure for antibiotic-resistant bacteria – The Johns Hopkins Newsis to invade hosts as a sort of intracellular parasite. Recently researchers a
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 15 days ago
is to invade hosts as a sort of intracellular parasite. Recently researchers at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center found that viruses, just like humans, have a system of competition as well as a criterion of... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Northeast Florida farmers race to salvage crops, replant, recover from Hurricane Irmawith storm damage, said Gary K. England, regional specialized extension agent I
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 15 days ago
with storm damage, said Gary K. England, regional specialized extension agent IV/director at the Hastings Agricultural Extension Center. England said farmers will be able to make up a few of those acres but certainly not all of them so that... Read more
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The News & Observer
Golden LEAF aims funds at Hurricane Matthew recoveryare critical to restore a community like funding for a new library in Windsor a
The News & Observer / Posted 16 days ago
are critical to restore a community like funding for a new library in Windsor and money to rebuild a destroyed cooperative extension center in Lenoir County. In Fair Bluff where the Lumber River rose downtown to unprecedented levels taking... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Sustainable ND: SARE fellows visit the statemay not always realize it, said Karl Hoppe, area Extension specialist/livestock
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 20 days ago
may not always realize it, said Karl Hoppe, area Extension specialist/livestock with the Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center. He led the fellowship group touring the state. "We have so much diversity in sustainable ag. Those of us... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Sustainable North Dakota: SARE fellows visit the statemay not always realize it, said Karl Hoppe, area Extension specialist/livestock
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
may not always realize it, said Karl Hoppe, area Extension specialist/livestock with the Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center. He led the fellowship group touring the state. “We have so much diversity in sustainable ag. Those of us... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Northeast farmers grappling with weather fluctuationserosion and loss of nutrients from fields, wet soils as well as more need for i
The Register Citizen / Posted 21 days ago
erosion and loss of nutrients from fields, wet soils as well as more need for irrigation, according to the University of Extension Center for Sustainable Agriculture. Already farmers are grappling with some of those factors. "Farmers are really... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Grazing at the right time beneficial to grasswhole paradigm for managing for vegetative reproduction,” said Llewellyn Manske
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
whole paradigm for managing for vegetative reproduction,” said Llewellyn Manske, range scientist at the Dickinson Research Extension Center. “Our standard management only manages the top part of the grass,” he said. “That doesn’t help the... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Garden Smart: With fall's arrival, rethink irrigation needshttp://ces.ncsu.edu, where you can post your questions via the ‘Ask an Expert’
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 23 days ago
http://ces.ncsu.edu, where you can post your questions via the ‘Ask an Expert’ link, or contact your local Cooperative Extension center Pender County 910-259-1238; New Hanover County 910-798-7660; Brunswick County 910-253-2610. You can also... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
Green Thumb: NC Farm School Down EastCraven County Agricultural Building, 300 Industrial Drive, New Bern and on Dec.
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted 23 days ago
Craven County Agricultural Building, 300 Industrial Drive, New Bern and on Dec. 6, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Pitt County Extension Center, 403 Government Circle, Greenville. To register for one of these meetings, send an email with the names of... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Great places to indulge in Mendocino's wild mushroom madnessare edible. Best to go with a pro. Forage for funghiYou may find chanterelles
Los Angeles Times / Posted 26 days ago
are edible. Best to go with a pro. Forage for funghiYou may find chanterelles on a foraging walk at UC Hopland Research & Extension Center. (Visit Mendocino County) Go out with experts in search of mushrooms on the 5,300-acre campus of the UC... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Mild late summer boosts apple flavorthen our conditions in Missouri are very good," said James Quinn, a regional ho
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
then our conditions in Missouri are very good," said James Quinn, a regional horticulture specialist with the Cole County Extension Center. Specifically, the horticulturist continued via email, "Ideal conditions within Missouri are full-sun... Read more
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WJTV Jackson
New financial education initiative launcheda great need across our state for bringing financial coaching into our communit
WJTV Jackson / Posted 30 days ago
a great need across our state for bringing financial coaching into our communities,” said Dr. Becky Smith, Director of MSU Extension Center for Economic Education and Financial Literacy. “Our portion of this project will look at financial literacy... Read more

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