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You can enjoy apples from January to June – with the right conditions. Some apple cultivars can be stored...

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Tomato growth

How long from tomato flowering to mature fruit? This is an important question for those who are wondering if...

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Pears should not be allowed to ripen on the tree. They should be picked while still firm and ripened...

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Leaf scorch is starting to show up on maples and other trees and shrubs. This is not a disease...

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Tomatoes often have problems with cracking caused by pressure inside the fruit that is more than the skin can...

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The Brown County Free Fair is a time honored tradition to which our 4-H families contribute immensely. Youth work...

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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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We should have good fruit crops this year as long as we can avoid severe weather. Keep in mind...

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This time of year, two common leaf-spot diseases appear on tomato plants. Septoria leaf spot and early blight are...

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Soils are warm enough now that tomatoes can benefit from mulching. Tomatoes prefer even levels of soil moisture, and...

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Though some warm-season grasses such as bermuda and zoysia can be cut quite low (1-1/2 to 2 inches), buffalograss...

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New transplants, even those hardened off in a cold frame, may need protection from strong winds when set out....

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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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Kansans that are new to vegetable gardening often don’t know how much of each crop to plant. K-State Research...

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Spring-bearing strawberry plants that were set out this spring should have blossoms pinched off. New plants have a limited...

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