There are many steps to creating a beautiful, productive garden. Our new publication helps both beginning and experienced gardeners. Watch the video.
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.
If you have the sniffles or a bad infection, a visit to your doctor can usually put things right. Plants can get sick too and the lant Diagnostic Clinic is where you can turn for help. Watch the video.
You may not be able to squeeze blood from a turnip, but you can easily grow this tasty and nutritious vegetable.
Registration is now open for the fall session of Master Gardener Online Training — a course designed to provide working knowledge of the fundamental principles of plant growth. Classes begin Aug. 31.
Any grass can be grown in Missouri, but none grow well.
Spring has kicked into full gear, and a number of targeted advertisements have been released which are aimed at rousing us out of our winter doldrums and getting into action in our lawns and gardens.
Since the clinic reopened April 1, there's never been a lack of variety of sick plants.
If your garden is more clay than loam, not all is lost. You can improve clay soil. Listen to the audio.
Growing a garden provides your body with a good physical workout. Make gardening a family affair and all will harvest the benefits.
University of Missouri Extension has released a free app for iPhones, iPads and Android devices to help people easily identify weeds in the field, lawn or garden. Watch the video.
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