Celebrations often are exciting and memorable times filled with family, friends, and food.
My kids try to avoid vegetables, but I'm working on encouraging them to try some new vegetables. We have a community garden near us. When can we start planning?
Apple recently announced that their Windows QuickTime software is no longer being supported. This follows on the heels of announcements from several prominent IT security firms and the Department of Homeland Security indicating there are several known critical security flaws that put computers running the software at risk.
We are making some small incremental changes to the website to make it more useful in the coming months. The computer order form can now be found under the hardware link on the left.
Over the last several weeks, we've been encountering a small but increasing number of issues with Microsoft Outlook 2013/2016 and Skype for Business 2013/2016. In each case most people have been experiencing random crashing as well as "odd" behavior with their computer.
Over the last several weeks, ACCS has been quietly rolling out Windows 10 on new computers. In the coming months we will also begin offering upgrades to a specific number of supported computers. However, due to various technical concerns, not all computers will be eligible for the upgrade.
A pertinent subject for the season is calculating planting rates. Here is a table that can help you calculate the amount of potato seed needed to plant at different row widths, within-row spacing, and by seed piece size. Formulas are available in the tables to enable to user to put their own numbers in if the preset numbers do not accurately represent planting on your farm.
As part of a North Dakota Specialty Crop Block grant we tested ten different cultivars for their agronomic performance. This trial was planted at the irrigated research site near Inkster, ND.
Blemishes are a big problem fresh market potato growers often face. They can cause 15% or more of potatoes to be culled or cause rejected loads. Smooth-skinned tubers in particular are especially vulnerable to blemishes because they are easily observed. This work evaluated blemishes on tubers from a survey of potatoes collected from potato growers, and evaluated the effects of fungicides on blemishes.
Tuesday May 24, 2016 7PM - Fargo Theatre
Allie Dhuyvetter, Program Assistant, NDSU Extension Service
During the spring, we may feel like refreshing out home by cleaning and organizing closets. Maybe we should do a diet and physical activity checkup to find out if our lifestyle needs to be refreshed.
I was cleaning my refrigerator and I noticed some food that has been in there for a while. How long can I keep ground beef, eggs, and leftovers? What about mayonnaise?
The 2016 NDSU Pest Management Guides are now available. These can be found under the "Pest Management Guides" link on the left side of the website or by clicking the link below. Or you can download the NDSU Pest Management App for Pest Management information.