This snowy winter has resulted in high chances for flooding, especially along our major rivers. Find out what you can do to prepare and recover if flooding comes your way.
Avian flu never left the United States in 2022 like it did in 2015. Find out what to expect this spring from the department of health and board of animal health.
With the springtime increase in temperature you may begin to notice insects in your home. Most of these insects are harmless, but they can be annoying when many of them are present.
The state 4-H ambassadors highlight the numerous leadership opportunities being offered in 4-H this spring and summer.
Winter damage can affect your plants, trees and shrubs. Learn how to protect them and help them recover.
Keep trees and shrubs healthy as the seasons change. Make it a goal to prune trees and shrubs annually.
Extension researchers screened varieties of broccoli for tolerance to common diseases, as well as environmental challenges like warm fall nights and high heat in the summer.
Spring is a good time to sort out how to best feed your plants to make sure you have lush yards and gardens this summer. Extension has a few new resources for anyone considering buying fertilizer or adding compost.
Minnesota 4-H alumna Nicole Cash was selected as one of four 4-H Youth in Action award winners in 2023.
AFREC is tasked with improving fertilizer efficiency, farm profitability, and Minnesota’s environment through soil fertility research, technology development and education.
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