Tuesday, May 21, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo. – More than 120 international horticulturists, botanists, biochemists, food scientists, economists and farmers will attend the First International Symposium on Elderberry, June 9-14 at Stoney Creek Inn in Columbia.
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Monday, May 13, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo.–The University of Missouri’s Bradford Research Center will host a bobwhite quail and native pollinator field day Thursday, June 20, 1-7 p.m.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo.– The University of Missouri Extension Center in Boone County is hosting a series of workshops on raising and caring for fruit. The two-hour workshops will be held March 1, March 15 and April 5 in Columbia. The fee is $25 per class. Participants can attend one, two or all three.
Friday, February 8, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo. – Producers should take care to choose an appropriate site for a high tunnel, according to University of Missouri Extension horticulture specialist David Trinklein. He spoke to agriculture educators recently at MU’s Bradford Research and Extension Center.
Friday, February 8, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension regional horticulture specialist James Quinn talked about side ventilation in high tunnels at a recent workshop at MU’s Bradford Research and Extension Center.
Friday, February 8, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo. - University of Missouri Extension regional horticulture specialist James Quinn said tomatoes are a good choice for gardeners using a high tunnel for the first time. Quinn spoke about high tunnels at a recent workshop at MU’s Bradford Research and Extension Center.
Friday, February 8, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo. While tomatoes are the most popular choice for high tunnel production, many other vegetables, fruits and flowers flourish in the controlled environment of high tunnels, said University of Missouri Extension regional horticulture specialist James Quinn.
Friday, February 8, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo. – “We are in a food production revolution,” University of Missouri Extension horticulture specialist David Trinklein told agriculture educators recently at MU’s Bradford Research and Extension Center.
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Friday, January 4, 2013MARSHFIELD, Mo.– There are a number of things to consider when making decisions on irrigating horticulture crops, but the most important is determining water needs based on the mature crops, says Bob Schultheis, a University of Missouri Extension natural resource engineering specialist in Webster County.
Friday, October 12, 2012COLUMBIA, Mo. – An animated talking tomato stars in an award-winning University of Missouri Extension video that follows the journey of fresh vegetables from the farm to dinner tables and school lunchrooms.
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Friday, April 13, 2012COLUMBIA, Mo. – It’s been known for centuries as nature’s medicine chest, but modern scientists have mostly ignored the elderberry—until recently.
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You may be interested in these external websites:
- G6024, The Vertical Axis System: A Training Method for Growing Apple Trees
- G6026, Disease-Resistant Apple Cultivars
- G7600, Beekeeping Tips for Beginners
- G7601, Seasonal Apiary Management for Missouri
- WG1001, Understanding and Preventing Freeze Damage in Vineyards: Workshop Proceedings
- WG1002, Justin R. Morris Vineyard Mechanization Symposium: Workshop Proceedings
- WG1003, Proceedings of the Symposium on Sustainability in Vineyards and Wineries
- WG1004, Proceedings of the Symposium on Advances in Vineyard Pest Management
- WG1005, Proceedings of the Symposium on Establishing and Managing Vineyards to Meet or Exceed Winery Expectations
- WG2000, Ozark Mountain Vineyard Sustainability Assessment Workbook: A Self-Assessment of Management Practices
- WG3001, Preparations for Successful Vineyard Mechanization
- WG3002, Midwest Vineyard Labor Calendar
You may be interested in these related publications:
- CB1, Agriculture Guide Book
- CB5, Binder of MU Agricultural Guides G6000 - G9999
- G6000, Pruning Raspberries, Blackberries and Gooseberries
- G6001, Pollinating Fruit Crops
- G6005, Fruit Cultivars for Home Plantings
- G6010, Fruit Spray Schedules for the Homeowner
- G6020, Fire Blight
- G6021, Home Fruit Production: Apples
- G6022, Apple Cultivars and Their Uses
- G6030, Home Fruit Production: Peach and Nectarine Culture
- G6085, Home Fruit Production: Grape Culture
- G6090, Home Fruit Production: Grape Training Systems
- G6135, Home Fruit Production: Strawberry Cultivars and Their Culture
- G7190, Insect Borers of Fruit Trees
- IPM1008, Insect and Mite Pests of Apples
- IPM1011, Watermelon Bacterial Fruit Blotch
- MG6, Fruit Production
- MP562, Home Storage of Fruits and Vegetables in Root Cellars
- MP711, Pecan Pest Management: Insects and Diseases
- NCR63, Common Tree Fruit Pests
- NCR429, Renovating Old, Abandoned Apple Trees
- NRAES51, Produce Handling for Direct Marketing
- NRAES133, Production of Vegetables, Strawberries, and Cut Flowers Using Plasticulture
- PS23, Pecan Insects and Diseases: An Aid to Identification and Control
- XM1001, Flowering and Fruit Characteristics of Black Walnuts: A Tool for Identifying and Selecting Cultivars