Take the opportunity to vote
Residents of Camden County (18 years or older) are urged to vote in the Camden County University of Missouri Extension Council elections that are taking place Jan. 16 through 22. Council Chair, Eric Petska, said seven county residents will be elected to fill this year's vacancies in Districts I, II, and III. The nominees are as follows:
District 1 (Horseshoe Bend, Osage Beach, Linn Creek, Camdenton, Sunrise Beach) - 5 positions open - all for two-year terms.
- Josh Baker
- Erica Baumbach
- Shawn Kober
- Matt Renkoski
- Aaron Salsman
District 2 (Climax Springs, Greenview, Macks Creek, Roach) - 1 position open - two-year term
District 3 (Freedom, Hill House, Montreal, Stoutland, and Toronto) - 1 position open - two year term
- Colby Callahan
- Tandy Crabtree
Votes can be cast online on this webpage. Click on Council Elections under Local Programming. Background information on each of the candidates is posted online also. County residents who don't have access to a computer at home can vote at any of the Camden County branch libraries or at the Camden County Extension Center at 44 Roofener Street, Camdenton.
University of Missouri Extension offers educational programs in such categories as agriculture, food and nutrition, human development, business and industry, community development, financial management and youth development, along with various continuing education courses, workshops, printed and on-line information.
County residents are encouraged to take this opportunity to vote for the local University Extension Council members in the district in which you reside, and in doing so take an active role in enhancing the continuing education opportunities provided in Camden County.
For additional information, contact the Camden County University of Missouri Extension Center, 573-346-2644 or email@example.com.
2016 Farmer's Tax Guide
A limited number of 2016 Farmer's Tax Guides are available at the MU Extension in Camden County Office. Stop by the office at 44 Roofener Street, Camdenton and pick one up. We are here from 8 a.m. to Noon and from 1 p.m. to 4:30 on Monday through Friday. Please call 573-346-2644 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Soil tests save time and money. Soil testing is the best guide to the wise and efficient use of fertilizer and soil amendments, said Manjula Nathan, director of the University of Missouri Extension Soil Testing and Plant Diagnostic Services. Whether you grow acres of row crops or have a vegetable patch in the backyard, a soil test will provide you with an analysis of nutrients and a set of recommendations for any improvements.
We frequently get questions from customers like, 'I apply fertilizer every year. How come my plants are not doing well?'" Nathan said.
"Most of the time the problem is they never have done a soil test, but have been guessing on fertilizer requirements," she said. "They do not realize that by guessing they are wasting money by over- or under application, and the excess fertilizer can end up in streams, ponds and underground water, polluting the environment."
Soil testing provides analysis of pH, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, organic matter percent, neutralizable acidity, cation exchange capacity and nutrient requirements. For information on test results, see MU publication G9112, Interpreting Missouri Soil Test Reports. Regional specialists also can assist you with additional information and recommendations. Soil testing can be done through the extension office. See Services for details.
Soil testing brochure (PDF)
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