Burleigh County Extension
Don't forget to turn into the "Extension Connection" radio program this Wednesday, October 29 at 11am on SuperTalk 1270. On ways to make this Halloween memorable as Shakespeare wrote, 'Tis now the very witching time of night, When churchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out Contagion to this world'.
this healthy recipe comes from the NDSU Extension Service.
This app can be used to budget your farm fuel needs! Available for Android.
September is MORE Fruits & Veggies Month. People who eat more generous amounts of fruits and vegetables as part of a healthy diet are likely to have reduced risk of chronic diseases, including strokes, type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer, and perhaps heart disease and high blood pressure.
This harvest calendar provides general availability of many vegetables and fruits that can be found in North Dakota. This is brought to you by the North Dakota Department of Ag in partnership with NDSU Extension Service.
As the summer days start to get shorter our plants need to prepare for the winter days ahead. It is best to wait until the middle of September to start fertilizing and spraying for weeds again. Check out this article and more with NDSU's weekly Yard and Garden Report.
Creating beauty and wellness one garden at a time! The NDSU Extension Service Master Gardener Program is not an ordinary education program. An ordinary class would teach you the basics of horticulture. The Master Gardener program goes beyond ordinary and invests in creating leaders to serve the needs of their communities.
The robust and intense flavors of lettuce make it a popular choice during the summertime because it is in season, inexpensive and easy to prepare. Many varieties flourish in home gardens.
In late summer and fall, voles store seeds, tubers, bulbs, and rhizomes. They will eat bark from trees and shrubs, primarily in fall and winter, and they will eat crops, if the populations are high. Voles rarely invade houses, in the event that they do, they can be controlled by setting snap traps.
Worldwide there are over 2500 different mosquito species. However, in North Dakota there are 43 species of mosquitoes and about 200 in the United States. Only a few of these species cause annoyance by biting, but some can also transmit diseases such as West Nile.