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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 2014-08-04
Avoid Overhead Sprinkling
Tips on caring for your landscape under drought conditions.
Located in 2017-06-09 / Conserving Water in the Landscape
Backyard Camping
First Editions® Campfire rose is a hardy, carefree shrub full of radiant blooms.
Located in 2017-06-26
Better than gold
Trials in gardens across North Dakota show 'Yukon Gem' is more productive and superior overall compared to 'Yukon Gold'.
Located in 2014-11-15
Big, Bold Tulips
Darwin hybrid tulips have big blooms on sturdy stems. With proper care, a bed of these vigorous tulips will bloom for many years.
Located in 2016-09-12
Birch: A Winter Wonder
The beauty of birch is revealed during the long, leafless winter.
Located in 2014-11-15
Bumper Crop of Crabgrass
Crabgrass loves the heat. It has thrived over the past two summers and is everywhere now. Here's how to control it.
Located in 2018-09-03
Canada Thistle: A Worthy Foe
To kill thistle, we must focus on its extensive underground network of roots. Now is the time for action!
Located in 2018-09-17
Dangerous Weed Invades North Dakota
Palmer amaranth has been discovered in North Dakota. Considered to be the "most troublesome weed in the USA," this may be a serious weed threat to farmers and gardeners in our state. Get to know this weed and how to control it in gardens.
Located in 2018-09-03
Did You Winterize Your Lawn?
Prepare your lawn for the long winter ahead.
Located in 2019-11-01
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