A list of current publications from NDSU Extension Service.

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Latest NDSU Extension Publications

growing and care of amaryllis

Growing the Delightful Amaryllis - H811

No other interior flower can add such a volume of delightful color in a home during the long ND winters than the amaryllis. This publication walks you through how to plant, how to plant special flowering dates, care after planting, after the flowers fade, how to rebloom, pest and disease problems and propagation of the amaryllis.

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Eight Elements for Positive Youth Development

Eight Elements Essential for Positive Youth Development - YD1482

This publication reviews the eight critical elements that must exist for youth to have opportunities and experiences that are positive and effective.

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Plugging Home Drains to Prevent Sewage Backup

Plugging Home Drains to Prevent Sewage Backup - AE1476

For homes in area of country prone to flooding or heavy rain, taking a few steps outlined in this publication will help to prepare for water levels that could result in sewage backing up into a home.

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Majestic Mums

Majestic Mums - H1095

Mums hardiness and blooming times have been greatly improved for ND gardeners. This publication explains the cultural practices and provides a chart with the color, blooming season and flower size of mums to are best suited for the ND climate.

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Add Fiber to Your Diet FN-1459

Add Fiber to Your Diet - FN1459

Having more fiber in your diet helps lower blood cholesterol and prevents constipation, and ma help prevent cancer. Many people shortchange themselves on the 20 to 35 grams per day fiber recommendation. The average American consumes 10 to 15 grams of fiber per day.

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