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October Gardening Tips (9/21/23)

Donna Aufdenberg     

Read Time 1 MIN

It's finally starting to cool down. Find these tips, tricks and tasks to keep you busy in and around the garden throughout the month of October...learn more

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Dahlias: Peacocks of the Fall Garden (9/08/23)

David Trinklein  |  Read Time 7 MIN

At a time of the year when many flowering garden plants show the ravages of having endured a long, sometimes brutal summer, dahlias are their most spectacular...learn more

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Catch More Than a Glimpse of Buckeyes and Buck Eyes (9/05/23)

Michele Warmund  |  Read Time 4 MIN

According to legend, carrying a pocketful of buckeyes brings good luck. Early Native Americans called these seeds buckeyes for their resemblance to the eyes of male deer, known as bucks...learn more

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Improving Poor Soil: Turning Lemons into Lemonade (8/23/23)

David Trinklein  |  Read Time 6 MIN

The soil that sustains plant life is very complex and quite variable...learn more

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September Gardening Tips (8/22/23)

Donna Aufdenberg  |  Read Time 1 MIN

It's HOT HOT HOT! Find these tips, tricks and tasks to keep you cool and busy in and around the garden throughout the month of Septermber...learn more

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MU Plant Diagnostic Clinic 2023 Semi-Annual Report for Horticultural Crops (8/15/23)

Pierce Taylor  |  Read Time 5 MIN

In the first half of 2023, MU Plant Diagnostic Clinic received 232 samples and 125 sets of digital images submitted by email and online digital diagnosis platform...learn more

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Tomato Production: Ten Common Questions (8/07/23)

David Trinklein  |  Read Time 9 MIN

Tomato holds the distinction of being America's favorite home garden vegetable. Unfortunately, it also probably causes the greatest number of problems for home gardeners because of its vulnerability to insects, diseases, and disorders...learn more

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