Curious about the water under our feet and protecting your private well during a drought?
Visit Extension's agricultural business management blog for important information on applying for Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness, as well as resources for leadership and communication on the farm.
Here is a set of guidelines for midsummer and hot weather fertility management in lawns, flowers, trees and shrubs, vegetables and fruit.
These 10 tips for managing drought-stressed cool-season grass pastures in the Midwest can help ensure pasture longevity and maximize growth when rainfall comes.
While looking at the future’s weather can be a bit like peering into a crystal ball, how plant diseases work is more clear. For a disease to show up in yard and garden plants, three things need to be present. Plant pathologists refer to this as the disease triangle.
Field Notes addresses crop-related questions in an interactive, discussion-based format. You can bet the hot and dry weather's impact on crops will be included.
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