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Plan to Visit a Garden Near You!

While gardens are interesting year-round, they are particularly beautiful in the Spring. Use the interactive map linked below to …

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Scouting Wheat for Diseases

It is time to start scouting your wheat for diseases. For more information on what diseases to be looking …

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Corn Planting Considerations

As the time draws near for 2022 corn planting, what are some of the biggest factors to help position …

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Freeze Damage in Wheat

Unfortunately, due to the low temperatures we experienced on March 13th, there has been some freeze damage throughout the …

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Anthracnose on Liriope

Liriope, often called Lilyturf, is a broadleaf evergreen, clump-forming, perennial. It resembles ornamental grass but it is not a true …

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Feed the Birds

Landscaping for Birds Plants that attract songbirds Plants that attract hummingbirds Use the left column of the Plant Toolbox to narrow your …