Fall | University of Missouri Extension
Several central Missouri highways have reputations for being particularly beautiful
To many people, a home is not complete without potted plants.
For the flavor of fall, sprinkle baked squash, sweet potatoes or apples with
for lush lawn next spring
Weed-free turf beautifies and adds greater usefulness to home landscapes, recreational
areas, and public and industrial grounds. This is an important time to fertilize
and it's the best time to apply broadleaf herbicides.
Store apples in a cool place
below 50 degrees Fahrenheit during the fall following harvest. After this
time, they deteriorate rapidly and should be kept in the refrigerator.
Apples are a good source of fiber, especially if you eat the
peel, and they contain only a trace of sodium and fat. They are a dieter's
dream--a medium apple is only about 80 calories. We are lucky in Missouri
to have a good supply of fresh apples.
Use Jonathan, Winesap, Stayman, Golden Delicious, MacIntosh, or other tasty apple varieties for good results.
may be a night for little ghosts and goblins to celebrate, but the holiday also
signals the start of the best time for homeowners to exclude another creature
of the night from their homes.
When the trick or treaters ring your doorbell, what will you have for them that’s healthy?
Pumpkin adds fiber to the diet and
is a rich source of vitamin A. Naturally low in calories, pumpkin contains only
a trace of sodium and fat and no cholesterol.
Benefits vary with the material used, the type of soil, the kind of plant and the cultural practices used.
Nutrition plays an important role in assuring kids a successful school year.
Chain saws have become an everyday tool.