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A popular way to celebrate holidays or any party occasion is to invite friends and family to a buffet....

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Karen Blakeslee, coordinator of the K-State Research and Extension Rapid Response Center, outlines ways to keep food safe and...

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The thrill of the hunt can continue at the dinner table if the game isn’t handled properly beforehand. Before...

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Part of the allure of fall foliage is color variation. There are trees that turn red, purple, yellow, orange...

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At first glance, soil sampling would seem to be a relatively easy task. However, when you consider the variability...

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Late October to early November is the most effective time to control broadleaf weeds in lawns. Dandelions usually produce...

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Black walnuts are ready to be harvested when the hull can be dented with your thumb. You can also...

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I received word that the Conservation Awards Program will again be held in Brown County. This program is being...

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Though light pruning and removal of dead wood are fine this time of year, more severe pruning should be...

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Fall is the season when most horse owners should think of how they can improve their horse pastures for...

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September is the best month to reseed cool-season lawns such as tall fescue and Kentucky bluegrass. However, you can...

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Brown County youth will have 4-H projects on display at the Kansas State Fair in the 4-H building and...

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September is here, and that means it is prime time to fertilize your tall fescue or Kentucky bluegrass lawns....

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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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