ALL ABOUT FOOD The good, the bad and the great green tomato
I've been up and down and all around with the good, the bad and the great green tomato.
I'll begin with the good news. I spent a lovely weekend at Fall Mushroom Camp, hiking through the peaceful w... Posted on 9/26/11 at 10:39 AM
REPRINT 1940: Sibling Rivalry
Every child responds to being treated as an individual, and having privileges that he feels are his very own, advised this 1940 column, I think fairly wisely.
Maturity levels vary so much from ch... Posted on 1/9/11 at 12:00 AM
STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT I bleed green, with a dose of black and white
I stared at a blank computer screen for the better part of 10 minutes late Wednesday afternoon because I was in a bit of a conundrum.
Its National 4-H Week this week. Its also National Newspaper Week... Posted on 10/6/10 at 9:28 PM
WORTHINGTON — Following the trend of most agricultural inputs, soybean seed costs have tracked upward as well. In the quest to reduce input costs, growers may be asking themselves if greater profits could be achieved with reduced seeding rates.
Lizabeth Stahl, U of M Extension
, January 22, 2009
ST. PAUL — In most fields, corn residue remaining after grain harvest is incorporated into the soil with tillage or is left on the soil surface. But corn residue is also becoming a commodity. It’s being harvested by some livestock producers, and there is interest in producing ethanol from corn residue in the near future.
JEFF COULTER, U OF M EXTENSION
, October 14, 2008
WORTHINGTON — It’s been a long, wet spring for farmers around the region, but respectable yields remain a good possibility, according to a crops specialist with the University of Minnesota Extension Regional Center in Worthington.
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