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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
A Mysterious, Magnificent Tree
The Ohio buckeye will fascinate you with its unusual flowers, leaves and nuts.
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A new bean of highest quality
'Crockett' is impressing gardeners with its dark green pods and high yields.
Located in Documents / 2014-10-15
A safe approach to cabbageworm control
Cabbage moths are flying. We can use safe insecticides to control the worms.
Located in Documents / 2014-07-28
Adjust Sprinkler Heads
Tips on caring for your landscape under drought conditions.
Located in Documents / Conserving Water in the Landscape
Apple Harvest Season
It's apple picking time! Learn how to harvest and store the leading fruit crop of North Dakota.
Located in Documents
Aronia: Awesome and awful
Aronia is easy to grow but tastes bitter when eaten raw. It's a fruit crop with great potential.
Located in Documents / 2014-08-04
Avoid Overhead Sprinkling
Tips on caring for your landscape under drought conditions.
Located in Documents / Conserving Water in the Landscape
Backyard Camping
First Editions® Campfire rose is a hardy, carefree shrub full of radiant blooms.
Located in Documents
Better than gold
Trials in gardens across North Dakota show 'Yukon Gem' is more productive and superior overall compared to 'Yukon Gold'.
Located in Documents / 2014-11-15
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