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Family Nutrition Program (FNP) Helps North Dakota Families Eat Better for Less

Family Nutrition Program (FNP) Helps North Dakota Families Eat Better for Less

Families receiving food assistance who participate in FNP gain valuable skills to eat healthfully and economically, which not only benefits them but all of North Dakota by decreasing the need for public assistance and the collective health care costs of poor nutrition.

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Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) Empowers North Dakota Families to Lead Healthier Lives

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) Empowers North Dakota Families to Lead Healthier Lives

Low-income parents who participate in EFNEP gain valuable skills to feed their families healthfully and economically, which not only benefits them but all of North Dakota by decreasing the need for public assistance and the collective health care costs of poor nutrition.

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Enjoy Fruits and Vegetables in Season

Enjoy Fruits and Vegetables in Season

Julie Garden-Robinson, Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., Food and Nutrition Specialist –NDSU Extension Service

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Eat for Your Eyes

Eat for Your Eyes

Megan Boe, Dietetic Intern –NDSU Extension Service

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Enjoy Fruits and Vegetables in Season

Enjoy Fruits and Vegetables in Season

Check out the delicious fresh fruits and vegetables that are in season in the spring. "In season" means they are at their best quality and price.

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Are Foods Labeled "Natural" Healthier for You?

Are Foods Labeled "Natural" Healthier for You?

I have seen some food labeled "natural." What does that mean? Is it healthier?

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New Focus on Potato: Practical Management of Powdery Scab

New Focus on Potato: Practical Management of Powdery Scab

This presentation will aid consultants and growers in understanding how to identify powdery scab of potato and manage this disease using an integrated approach to control. Key symptoms used to identify the various stages of the disease will be described and contrasted with other similar problems. Details of the pathogen, host, disease cycle, and environmental factors affecting symptom development, will be discussed. Much attention will be given to management options for this disease including avoiding the disease, measuring the inoculum load in soil, making the appropriate cultivar selections based upon the field history, resistance of a given cultivar, inoculum levels, and environment, and utilizing specific chemical control when warranted. Understanding the full integration of several different strategies for the producer are key to managing this potentially devastating and hard to control disease.

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New Focus on Potato: Fungicide Management of Rhizoctonia Canker and Black Scurf

New Focus on Potato: Fungicide Management of Rhizoctonia Canker and Black Scurf

Rhizoctonia canker and black scurf causes economic loss to potato growers by decreasing tuber quality, and yield in severe cases. This webinar will focus on how fungicides can be used effectively to manage this disease.

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"Planned-overs" Save Time and Money

"Planned-overs" Save Time and Money

I always run out of time to prepare food after I get home from work. I grab take-out food too often for my budget. I have some time on Sunday afternoons to do some cooking, but I could use some ideas.

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