This fungal disease of turfgrass loves heat and moisture. As the name implies, it shows up as a brown patch of grass. It kind of tricks the homeowner into providing what it needs. Listen to the audio.
This could be a noisy summer. A brood of 17-year periodical cicadas will emerge in northwestern Missouri, and a brood of 13-year periodical cicadas will surface in southeastern Missouri.
If you don't work on a farm, a bin full of grain may not look dangerous. But farmworkers who go inside grain bins can quickly find themselves literally in over their heads. Watch the video.
Storyteller Bobby Norfolk celebrates Black History Month every month. He brings to life stories that relate to social justice in a way that is entertaining for all ages.
Saturated cornfields across northern Missouri show pale green or yellow leaves, especially in low-lying areas. But they green up quickly when farmers apply nitrogen.
It’s no secret that berries are a healthy. They may become even more appealing as new research indicates that eating berries could stave off the cognitive decline and memory loss that comes with aging.
Laura Bardot, a sophomore at MU, hails from Lonedell, a Franklin County town so small that it doesn’t have its own population sign. She studies science and agricultural journalism and animal sciences.
Flooding is a potential threat in many parts of Missouri. And even if your house is not in a flood plain, you may drive through one on your way home.Never try to drive through moving water.
Retirees Joyce Huber and Bob Dolliver are among the growing number of adults who are in committed relationships but live apart. They’re known as LATs, which stands for living apart together. Watch the video.
Unfortunately, financial literacy in the United States is not widespread. Most high school students fail a personal finance exam and college students score just 62 percent.
Doughnuts, that’s what the market wants. If 100 people walk in and see we don’t have what they want, they walk out. If I don’t embrace what the market wants, I am counting my days, says owner, Brandon Kelley.
University of Missouri Extension has resources to help you and your family prepare for and recover from floods and other weather-related emergencies.
Keep weeds from making seeds. This will mean less weeding next year.
Try these healthier but delicious cupcakes for your 4th of July festivities.
Water takes the path of least resistance. If you've got a small crack, water will find it and make it bigger.
More farms with more cows would boost milk production. That could help retain dairy processing and services infrastructure. Revitalization could add to the state's economic development.
Build-a-Business participants come from as far away as California, Texas and the country of Jordan to learn from other young entrepreneurs.
School is out and divorced/separated parents are making plans and preparing for their children's summer visitation.
With an aging population of farmers and producers, preparing agriculture's next generation is more important than ever. Watch the video.
When excessive rainfall occurs, soil pores that had been filled with air suddenly become filled with water.
Even if your house is not in a flood plain, you may drive through one on your way home.
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