A challenge to gardening is remembering details from year to year. Thanks to From Seed to Harvest and Beyond: Garden Journal and Calendar, gardeners won’t need to rely on their memories any longer.
If you haven't had a soil test in the past few years, it would be a worthwhile investment.
Peas will never be considered an exotic food. They've been cultivated for at least 5,000 years. This ancient plant is a cool-season vegetable that needs to be planted early. Listen to the audio.
Established in 1965 to provide answers to plant health questions, the clinic receives samples from various agencies, businesses and private citizens throughout Missouri.
Study your landscape for gaps that could be filled with bulbs. Mark these spots carefully and make a note to order bulbs next August.
Two years ago, Marcy Weber had lost custody of her children and was homeless, unemployed and in trouble with the law. Watch the video.
Newer versions of herbicides with active ingredients such as clopyralid, picloram and aminopyralid can pass through the digestive systems of foraging animals and arrive, unchanged, in the manure.
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.
Trees, like people, have a life span. They live, they flourish, they die.
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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