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SARE Announces Grant Awards in N.D.   ( 2020-06-04 )
Several North Dakotans receive North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program awards.
Dakota Gardener: Phenology – It’s All About Timing   ( 2020-06-02 )
The NDSU Extension forester discusses the timing of trees’ bud break in the spring.
Dakota Gardener: Can a Raised Garden Bed Be Functional and Beautiful?   ( 2020-05-26 )
An NDSU horticulturist offers advice on raised garden beds.
Dakota Gardener: Unexplored Vegetable Garden Spaces   ( 2020-05-19 )
Consider combining ornamentals and edibles in your landscape plantings.
Dakota Gardener: The Best Peas for North Dakota   ( 2020-05-12 )
The first step to growing peas is to select the best pea variety.
NDSU Extension, Fargo Public Library Collaborate to Help Food Pantries   ( 2020-05-05 )
Master Gardeners, 4-H youth and avid gardeners in 18 counties will grow vegetables for donation to food pantries.
Dakota Gardener: Trees in the Spring - What to Expect   ( 2020-05-05 )
Trees may have suffered from winter injury or damage from rabbits, voles and deer.
Begin Scouting for Cankerworms in Southwestern, Central N.D.   ( 2020-04-29 )
Cankerworm caterpillars defoliate a number of deciduous trees, including ash, elm, linden and boxelder.
Dakota Gardener: Prevent Crabgrass This Spring   ( 2020-04-28 )
For best control, apply a crabgrass pre-emergent herbicide before the soil reaches an average temperature of 55 F.
Dakota Gardener: Garden Soil Preparation   ( 2020-04-21 )
The soil is the most important part of your garden.
2020 Field to Fork Webinar Schedule Set   ( 2019-12-03 )
Webinar topics will include starting vegetables from seed, pressure cooking and canning, and how to support pollinators.
Extension Master Gardener Program Accepting Applicants   ( 2019-10-24 )
The application deadline for the next Master Gardener training program is Nov. 18.
Master Gardener Program Gets Adults, Youth Growing   ( 2019-10-14 )
About 325 volunteers and interns have been trained through NDSU Extension’s Master Gardener program.
NDSU Extension Master Gardeners Honored   ( 2019-07-17 )
MastGardeners er are recognized for their hours of service.
Prairie Fare: Is Anyone Else Anxious for Spring?   ( 2019-03-07 )
Now is a good time to think about what we put on our plate and perhaps growing some of the food we eat.
Extension Master Gardener Program Accepting Applicants   ( 2018-10-02 )
The application deadline is Oct. 29.
Prairie Fare: Weeds: If You Can’t Beat Them, Can You Eat Them?   ( 2018-06-21 )
Some weeds are edible and can provide vitamins and minerals.
Prairie Fare: All Eyes on Squash   ( 2017-10-05 )
Squash are nutrition all-stars.
Prairie Fare: Gardening Provides More Than Healthful Food   ( 2017-06-22 )
Gardening provides fresh, nutritious food, stress relief and physical activity.
NDSU Extension Offers Youth Gardening Grants   ( 2017-02-16 )
Schools, 4-H clubs, church groups and other youth organizations are encouraged to apply.

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