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.
The June Community Connection is now available.
We’re looking for teenagers to join our pollinator ambassador team! If you are passionate about bees, butterflies, and the environment, and want to learn more then we need you!
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.
Asparagus is one of the few true perennial vegetables that we grow in Minnesota.
Recently over the Easter weekend I had the opportunity to go and see family in south west Minnesota. One of the first things I saw was the daffodils blooming.
Recently I have been receiving calls about trees that look like they have lines of holes in the bark and no evidence of insects that cause the problem...
Spring is here and now is the time to begin your process to have a successful gardening season. Here is a simple list of some key aspects to be sure you are ready.