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September 2, 2010 The Internet is a vast cache of knowledge which can be overwhelming if you are looking for something specific such as a disease or insect. more »»

Flowering fragrances

August 19, 2010 Today the world seemed cruel, but evening hours; was filled with perfume from forgotten flowers. more »»

New ag teacher at MHS looking forward to year

August 12, 2010 MARSHALL — Nothing much rattles Colleen Duba. more »»

A good time to grow

August 12, 2010 The section of land where we live has many, many acres of native prairie grasses. It has always been used for pasture. more »»

Fungicide spraying can be costly, but not spraying can be, too

July 29, 2010 Throughout the region, farmers are debating whether it is necessary to use a fungicide treatment on corn crops this summer. more »»

A family affair

July 22, 2010 A trio of area farm families are among those that have been chosen for the spotlight this year. The Glen S. more »»

A report from the garden

July 22, 2010 I sometimes have to run a column as a follow-up to several things that we have talked about in the past. more »»

Keeping them cool

July 15, 2010 Keeping cattle cool over the hot summer months can be a daunting task for area farmers, but there are methods available that keep cattle cool while still boosting production. more »»

Busy times in the garden

July 15, 2010 At this time of the year, it feels like some sort of embittered, embroiled battle is being waged across the gardens of the Midwes. more »»

Pork production improving

July 8, 2010 MARSHALL — Sander Ludeman of SanMarBo Farms in Tracy visited the Marshall Sunrise Rotary Club Thursday to present a pork industry progress report and discuss the industry’s recent changes. more »»

Rewarding innovation

July 8, 2010 AURI project development director The pace at which innovation is taking place is practically mind boggling. more »»

Controlling creatures

July 8, 2010 If you are a gardener, I have a word of advice for you if you are raising sweet corn. Never, but never, pass your dog while he/she is looking up a tree and then back at you. more »»

Food for the brain

July 1, 2010 MARSHALL — They never dreamed they would have a garden as part of their schoolwork, but the idea is growing on the students of Marshall East Campus Learning Alternatives. more »»

Dealing with mold and mildew outside

July 1, 2010 The rainy weather, the heat and humidity, all contribute to moldy problems in the garden. more »»

Filling their plates locally

June 24, 2010 It’s not hard to get people interested in eating locally in greater Minnesota, Stephanie Heim sai. more »»

Smells of the garden

June 24, 2010 It happens often at our home: Our gardens stink. Yes, they do and they do not “stink” like perfume either. more »»

Everyone has a reason for gardening

June 17, 2010 There are many reasons, but the economy tends to be the largest contributor to those who are new vegetable gardeners the past two years. more »»

Small-town royalty

June 10, 2010 MINNEOTA — When the Dairy Princess Kay judges called Brittany Moorse, of Minneota, as one of 12 finalists, she was moved to tears of excitement and honor. more »»

The fascinating digger bee

June 10, 2010 I like watching the insects that come to our various gardens during the summer. more »»

Sunflower houses

June 3, 2010 I have just spent 11 days off of work and doing some traveling, enjoying the weather and trying to polish off the gardens at my home. more »»



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