The public debut of the audio tour created through the Extension Community Arts Program takes place on Saturday, Sept. 27, in historic Lexington, Missouri, during the Apples, Arts and Antiques Festival.
Fusarium virguliforme, a soil fungus, produces striking foliage symptoms, which first appear on upper leaves as scattered yellow blotches. Farmers scout fields thoroughly for SDS symptoms.
You don’t have transportation to the grocery store. You’re traveling. You need something quick and healthy to eat. But it’s not always easy to find healthy and affordable food.
Filmmakers from nine states gathered in St. Louis to learn advanced techniques from film industry professionals at the fourth annual FilmFest 4-H. The event helps youths ages 11 to 18 hone skills.
There are many steps to creating a beautiful, productive garden. Our new publication helps both beginning and experienced gardeners. Watch the video.
If you hear thunder, lightning is near. Just because it’s not raining, doesn’t mean you aren’t in danger. Most people are struck by lightning before or after the thunderstorm.
Some people enjoy seeing rabbits around their lawns, others wish to keep rabbits away to protect crops, gardens or landscaping. Even those who enjoy rabbits may need to control rabbit damage.
Scientists have discovered how early brain development and the parent-child relationship interact to create a foundation for future learning. Here are guidelines to help children build their brain power.
Montgomery County High School teacher Sara Johnson and Wellsville-Middletown High School agriculture teacher Samantha Foster tour the MU power plant during the Energy in the Classroom workshop.
The typical Missouri vehicle uses approximately 600 gallons of fuel and is driven more than 16,000 miles each year. The following tips can help you save some green on gasoline this summer and year-round.
Lisa Garney's CV reads like a superheroine's: Construction supervisor and jack-of-most trades, attorney, pilot, White House intern, London School of Economics graduate and more.
Women in agriculture will learn how to improve farm finances, raise livestock herd numbers and quality, and take better care of themselves.
In the time it takes a person with average reaction time to hit the off button, a 540 rpm PTO can wrap the operator around the shaft.
The Affordable Care Act has made health insurance available to many Missourians for the first time. If you're new to health insurance, the unfamiliar terminology may seem daunting.
When you get the results of your cholesterol blood test you should know your total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol and LDL cholesterol.
Extension offers farmers help and options to store and dry 2014's bumper corn crop.
Diplodia ear rot, Penicillium ear rot, Gibb ear rot and Aspergillus species are common problems year in and year out but the severity varies with weather conditions at pollination or close to harvest.
The slow-moving vehicle (SMV) emblem, a reflective orange triangle bordered with red, is the cheapest safety device in the farm store.
Autumn is a good time to add manure, compost or leaf mold to garden soils for increasing organic matter content. Find other chores to keep your garden in the best shape.
Now there is a tested, generic recipe that allows for creativity without giving up safety.
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