Free Cooking and Nutrition Information Classes start Oct. 7
Space is limited for this 5-week class series. Sign up now.
Plan to attend our Fish Fry Fundraiser, Baked Goods Auction and Quilt Raffle on Oct. 30
See our flyer and share with your friends. See photos of the quilt and get your quilt raffle tickets.
Follow us on Facebook
Check out our regional page.
Match the herbicide to the weed to be controlled
See our guide for picking the right herbicide, rate, and timing to control pasture weeds and brush. Then calibrate your sprayer correctly.
Soil testing time
Whenever the soil is not frozen is a good time to test your soil and find out what it needs for the upcoming growing season. Cost is $20 per sample. A soil auger or probe for taking samples is available for loan with a $100 returnable deposit. The soil sample should consist of 15-20 cores to a 6-inch depth from a maximum of 20 acres. We recommend bringing at least one pint of dry soil to our office, along with your field, lawn or garden information for helping complete the necessary paperwork.
Forage sampling especially important this year
Wet weather has made haymaking difficult. Forage quality will likely be poor. We loan forage probes to get accurate samples for testing. Learn more about this process.
Lawn mowing safety
Follow these tips to keep you and your family safe.
Course Catalog 2015
See our catalog of MU Extension courses (PDF) that can be arranged to be conducted in Webster County.
Do you need an answer?
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