The May Extension newsletter is now available!
Forest tent caterpillars are produced in the larva stage of a specific moth. They tend to go in cycles from years of very high numbers to low numbers.
It’s no secret the weather conditions have been hot and dry. Temperatures have reached the 90’s, and the blowing wind has made it feel like a convection oven outside. Predictions for this summer’s forecasts do not show signs of this changing.
The June Community Connection is now available.
One of the first plants I look for is the emerging tips of the garlic as they spring from the beds.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is hosting two virtual meetings on May 5 to share information with residents about gypsy moth treatments proposed for Northeast Minnesota.
Introducing the Beginning Exhibitor Livestock Learning Experience (BELLE) Grant
Asparagus is one of the few true perennial vegetables that we grow in Minnesota.
Over the course of the last year many farmers have had the opportunity to participate in programs related to income loss from Covid 19 impact.
It is coming up on that time of year again. Yes--April 15th.