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  • GOOD GROWING: Busting garden myths

    GOOD GROWING: Busting garden myths

    Sunday, May 24 2015 7:00 AM EDT2015-05-24 11:00:16 GMT
    I presented a program recently as part of a statewide webinar series, "Busting Garden Myths." It's a fun program that looks at common garden myths from books, old wives tales, stories told over the years and the...
    I presented a program recently as part of a statewide webinar series, "Busting Garden Myths." It's a fun program that looks at common garden myths from books, old wives tales, stories told over the years and the...
  • FARM & FIELD: High-protein pastures lead to poorer performance, slower breed-back in cattle

    FARM & FIELD: High-protein pastures lead to poorer performance, slower breed-back in cattle

    Sunday, May 24 2015 7:00 AM EDT2015-05-24 11:00:16 GMT
    After hauling feed to cows all winter, there is no better thing than turning them out to spring pastures. But spring pastures are very lush and high in protein, which can contribute to poorer performance and slower...
    After hauling feed to cows all winter, there is no better thing than turning them out to spring pastures. But spring pastures are very lush and high in protein, which can contribute to poorer performance and slower...
  • GOOD GROWING: What to do after spring bulbs bloom

    GOOD GROWING: What to do after spring bulbs bloom

    Sunday, May 10 2015 1:42 AM EDT2015-05-10 05:42:44 GMT
    The days are finally longer, and the weather is warming up. Gardens are in bloom, and some of our spring-blooming bulbs are finishing their displays. I always receive questions about what you should or shouldn't do...
    The days are finally longer, and the weather is warming up. Gardens are in bloom, and some of our spring-blooming bulbs are finishing their displays. I always receive questions about what you should or shouldn't do...
  • FARM & FIELD: May best month for making hay

    FARM & FIELD: May best month for making hay

    Sunday, May 10 2015 1:39 AM EDT2015-05-10 05:39:16 GMT
    April showers that drive corn farmers crazy make better grass and hay for livestock farmers. Early grass growth made 200 pounds of dry matter per acre per day in early April.
    April showers that drive corn farmers crazy make better grass and hay for livestock farmers. Early grass growth made 200 pounds of dry matter per acre per day in early April.

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