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COMMUNITY NEWS : FARM & GARDEN  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
From the Seasonal Kitchen (07/11/2010)
by Jenah Hensel

I really love summertime. Its not only because I loathe winter so much, although I have to admit that’s a lot of it. I get excited when summer rolls around because I get to go th ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (07/07/2010)
by Jenni McHugh

Like me, you are probably feeling just fine about leaving behind the rainiest June we’ve had in eight years. Several gardeners and farmers I know have either lost their gardens com ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (06/27/2010)
by Maria Faust

Out into the yard I go, to shake plump mulberries from their branches, to see the black raspberries nearly ripe for picking and apples already the size of jawbreakers on the trees in ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (06/16/2010)
by Caroline van Schaik

With local rhubarb and strawberries in the farmers markets, here are some sweet and savory (and surprising) ways to serve them. Not that picking off the tops and popping stra ... 

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From the Seasonal Kitchen (05/30/2010)
by Emma Roth-Schwartz

It seems that we only just got a little spring weather; since it is usually summer around here by early June, it seems like the last chance to squeeze in a column about the sa ... 

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Keep those tomatoes growing, then can ’em (08/09/2009)
By -- Tomatoes are ripening all over Winona County. If you want to improve your crop and fruit, there are a number of things you can be doing right now.

Water tomatoes deeply, at the base of the plant. A  ... 

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ACRE or not? Making the election choice (04/29/2009)
By Kent Olson

University of Minnesota Extension

Starting on Apr. 27, 2009, farmers can sign up for the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program, a new, optional safety net for farmers provided ... 

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Help for dairy farmers (04/29/2009)
Do you need a new computer or fax machine? Want to install Internet access or upgrade to high speed Internet? Need accounting or herd management software? How about a camera in your calving area, fre ... 

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High soil test P essential for maximum corn yields and profits (04/29/2009)
by Gyles Randall

U of M Extension

With elevated prices of phosphorus (P) fertilizer and a majority of land being rented, P management, in terms of understanding optimum soil P tests, P application ... 

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Higher plant populations in corn increase crop light interception and yield (04/29/2009)
by Jeff Coulter, University of Minnesota Extension

Here are some highlights from recent University of Minnesota research on corn plant population:

Yield increases resulting from higher plant pop ... 

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