Yard & Garden Report



NDSU Yard & Garden Report for August 31, 2016
Loving Your Lawn
Do you want a great lawn? September is the best month to fertilize, kill weeds, aerate and overseed.
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Corey Silvernagel and his son Mason in front of their sweet potato patch.
Image Pascal source code Sweet potato slip
This sprout was broken off a sweet potato root and is ready for planting in potting soil. The "slip" will develop roots and then be transplanted in the garden. Photo courtesy of Cristina Santiestevan, http://outlawgarden.com/2012/04/25/grow-your-own-sweet-potatoes/.
Image object code Propagating sweet potato
Propagating sweet potato: a popular school project. Photo courtesy of Colleen and Sat Garcia, www.flickr.com/photos/elsaturnino/4043666759/.
Secrets for Growing Sweet Potatoes
Can we grow sweet potatoes in North Dakota? Absolutely!
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