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Staff Writer“We’ve known each other since we were in diapers” is a commonly-used expression. And for John Saylor and Jason McKinley, the expression is true. “I always say God didn’t give me a brother, but he gave me Jason McKinley,&...
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email@example.comTo attain the rank of Eagle Scout, a Scout must complete numerous requirements over several years. Of these, the leadership service project is the most difficult. The project must benefit a public or nonprofit entity, and while demonstrating leadership,...
Special to Tribune NewspapersThis is the time of the weed warrior. The army of weeds is on the march, and they must be slain before they unleash the ultimate weapon: more seeds. There already are thousands of weed seeds in a cupful of garden soil, which is why, with a little rain,...
BROOKINGS - David Wright is the new Plant Science Department Head at South Dakota State University, pending approval of the Board of Regents. "David Wright brings with him extensive industry experience as well as a renewed commitment to relevance and...
Doug Holen and Phil Glogoza are crops educators with University of Minnesota Extension. Craig Sheaffer is a professor in the University of Minnesota's Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics. ST. PAUL, Minn. - The increasing cost of forages,...
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My pachysandra is dying off in patches. The leaves turn yellow, the vines wither away, and the roots rot, destroying the entire plant. This has been happening gradually for the last two years, including before the drought last year. This year it is...
He hated water-hogging hussies, renegade roots, aphids, weevils and whiteflies. Robert Haehle, longtime Sun Sentinel gardening columnist and fighter of frizzle top, lost his long battle with cancer on Sunday at his Tamarac home. He was 72. The native-...
Q: Last fall, I paid a reliable landscape contractor to aerate, overseed and mulch. As of now, our lawn doesn't really look any better. There are still a lot of bare spots. Is it too early in the season to tell how well it worked? Should the grass have...
I have an amaryllis plant that bloomed beautifully; it had about six blooms. Can this bulb be saved to bloom again? — Virginia Krumsee, Niles Many people get good results when they first plant amaryllis bulbs but have trouble getting them to...
Each season brings new challenges and pest problems in crop production. One way to stay informed and effectively manage any problem is to sign up for the North Dakota State University Extension Service's weekly “Crop and Pest Report.” “Each issue of the...
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