Sign up for Morris Regional 4-H camp!
Join Douglas County Master Gardeners for the revamped Let's Get Growing event! Experience the new half-day format on Saturday, April 13, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Discovery Middle School (510 McKay Ave N, Alexandria).
University of Minnesota Extension is hosting a flower farmer forum to address key questions facing Minnesota's flower growers and foster a stronger network within the community.
With this warmer weather, maple syrup season is just around the corner.
Pruning during dormancy helps prevent fire blight in apples, pears and crabapples. It also reduces canker diseases in cherries and plums.
Winter burn poses a threat to various evergreen species, including boxwood, holly, fir, pine, arborvitae, and juniper.
If you plan to use a Restricted Use Pesticide on land or sites for the production of agricultural commodities, reside in the state of Minnesota, and your private pesticide applicator certification expires on March 1, 2024, you need to renew your certification.
The fifth annual Gardening from the Ground Up webinar series runs February 19-23, 2024, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. each afternoon.
Cut flowers have emerged as a popular and attractive option, drawing consumers to farmers’ markets and farmstands. To shed light on the fundamentals of Cut Flower Farming in Minnesota, the University of Minnesota Extension is delighted to present the first in a series of webinars featuring Robin Trott, Extension Educator, and Owner of Prairie Garden Farm.
Learn about the fundamentals of cut flower farming in Minnesota with Robin Trott, Extension educator and owner of Prairie Garden Farm.