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An August application of nitrogen on spring-bearing strawberries is important in order to increase the number of strawberries produced...

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By mid-August, most bagworms have finished feeding and retreated into their bags. Insecticides will not penetrate the thick, leathery,...

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The extremely hot weather we have had recently not only interferes with flower pollination but also can affect how...

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Telling when a melon is ready to be harvested can be a challenge, or it may be quite easy....

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Hornworms are the largest larval insect commonly seen in the garden. Though usually seen on the tomato, they can...

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Be sure to check out the Brown County Free Fair in Horton on July 8-13, at the Brown County...

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Next year’s strawberry crop will be affected by what you do to this year’s strawberry bed. The sooner after...

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K-State and Research and Extension Brown County and 4-H is starting the summer off right! We have a number...

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Submitted by Monte Vandeveer, Kansas State University Department of Agricultural Economics Wet conditions the past few weeks have slowed...

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To fertilize grapes, in the year of planting apply one-half cup of a 10-10-10 fertilizer per vine as growth...

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Though moles spend most of their time underground, the damage they cause above ground is all too visible. Meandering...

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Got dead pine trees? If you are in the eastern half of Kansas, they probably died of pine wilt,...

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Five couples have been honored as the 2018 class of Kansas Master Farmers and Master Farm Homemakers in recognition...

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Peach Leaf Curl Control If you have ever seen emerging peach leaves that are puckered, swollen, distorted and reddish-green...

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If you start vegetable plants indoors, it is often helpful to list seeding dates on a calendar so that...

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