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A gardener's friend
Rhubarb is one of the most reliable and delicious crops you can grow.
Located in Documents / 2014-08-25
Harmful fruit fly may be here to stay
Spotted wing drosophila has been detected in several counties for the second consecutive year.
Located in Documents / 2014-08-25
Promising natural insecticides
Protect your crops and ensure a safe, abundant harvest.
Located in Documents / 2014-08-25
Sowing Fall Vegetables
Located in Documents / 2018-07-30
Weed-and-feed fertilizers have limitations
Now is a great time to kill weeds but a bad time to feed the lawn.
Located in Documents / 2014-09-22
The garden glutton
Beware of hungry hornworms in your tomato patch. They have an amazing appetite!
Located in Documents / 2014-09-01
Plums for the prairie
Cherry plums were developed for the Northern Great Plains. They are hardy and tolerate drought.
Located in Documents / 2014-09-01
Starting a backyard prairie
Add a natural touch to your landscape. Now is the time to sow most wildflower seeds.
Located in Documents / 2014-09-01
Sneak preview of fall
Tatarian maples are already blazing. This is one of the most adaptable maples for North Dakota.
Located in Documents / 2014-09-01
The Great Pumpkin for North Dakota
It's fun to grow your own jack-o'-lanterns. Learn which varieties grow best in our short growing season.
Located in Documents / 2014-10-15
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