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A couple of aggressively feeding insects have been very prevalent across the district over the last couple of weeks....

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One warm evening a few weeks ago, the side of the garage under my yard light was covered with...

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You’d think in a spring/early summer this dry that fungal diseases wouldn’t be a big issue. It’s true that...

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K-State Research and Extension Horticulture Specialist Ward Upham wrote an article this week entitled: How Healthy Is My Tree?...

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Mulching tomatoes Tomatoes can be finicky. They like even levels of soil moisture, a specific set of temperatures for...

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Bagworms have arrived in portions of Kansas, meaning now is the time to start scouting susceptible species for feeding...

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Now that spring has sprung, everything is green and growing in many of our landscapes. It’s been a welcome...

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The Meadowlark Extension District will be conducting a mini grazing school in a series of events throughout the summer...

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Learning to identify poison ivy is vital if you wish to avoid the rash that accompanies exposure. Unfortunately, poison...

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Alot of time gets spent on or behind a lawn mower this time of year. While you’re taking care...

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If you haven’t seen them already, it won’t be long until you can feel them underneath you as you...

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Flowers belong in beds, or planters, or pots. They don’t belong in turf grass stands. Unfortunately, many of our...

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Almost everyone has a favorite vegetable crop they look forward to harvesting from the garden. For some, it’s new...

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Crabgrass has got to be one of the most frustrating weeds in our cool season turfgrasses. Broadleaf weeds are...

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One of the more devastating tree issues I’ve seen over the years has to be pine wilt. As its...

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